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Radix Coverage for Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE)

The MITRE Corporation provides a list of Common Weakness Enumerations (CWEs™) developed to categorize vulnerabilities, attacks, faults, and other concepts to help define common security weaknesses. The Hardware List is categorized into major themes such as Security Flow Issues, Debug and Test Problems, Memory and Storage Issues, General Circuit and Logic Design Concerns, and so on. The complete list can be found on the MITRE Hardware Design Webpage.

To streamline prevention and detection of these weaknesses, the Radix security verification solution now supports 83% of the hardware CWEs. By leveraging the Hardware CWE List, hardware security and development teams can now take advantage of a 5-step CWE Validation process to streamline threat modeling and validation, prior to committing an ASIC or SoC to silicon. This new process is proven to significantly save time, resources and money.