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Security IP delivers hardware tamper detection and response mechanisms to SmartFusion2 SoC FPGAs and IGLOO2 FPGAs

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The new security IP allows designers to configure SmartFusion2 and IGLOO2 devices to interface with hardware security mechanisms built into the silicon of these FPGAs. When configured for reporting, EnforcIT security monitor can report to the FPGA a variety of internal security flags and system conditions. When configured to act autonomously, EnforcIT security monitor can respond to malicious FPGA threats and take action, mitigating further attack by protecting or destroying critical data and design. Configurable alarm actions including zeroize, lockdown and chip reset among others. Safety controls permit the user to delay or cancel automatic responses. The IP allows logic integrity and fault detection and runtime IP version reporting.

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