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Tortuga Logic to Showcase Rambus CryptoManager Root of Trust Security Verification at the RISC-V Summit

SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 20, 2019 — Tortuga Logic, a cybersecurity company specializing in hardware security, will showcase its independent security verification of the Rambus (NASDAQ:RMBS) CryptoManager Root of Trust security co-processor at the upcoming RISC-V Summit. Tortuga Logic will demonstrate how using its Radix™ verification solution, along with an industry standard RTL simulator, it was able to verify a set of critical security requirements for the Rambus CryptoManager Root of Trust. The RISC-V summit will take place December 10-12, at the San Jose Convention Center.

Hardware roots of trust are commonly used by semiconductor engineers to maintain the integrity of a system design, providing critical security functions such as key management, device identity authentication and run-time monitoring of the system. Tortuga Logic’s Radix solution, detects and prevents security vulnerabilities in next generation ASIC, FPGA and System on Chip (SoC) designs. Deployed during pre-silicon design, its patented technology and analysis helps teams identify and isolate serious security vulnerabilities before the device is manufactured, saving costly design re-spins or catastrophic system failure due to an attack.

In addition, Tortuga Logic’s Dr. Nicole Fern, senior hardware security engineer, will be presenting a session titled ‘System-Level Security Verification of RISC-V based SoCs’, on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019 at 1:50pm.

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About Tortuga Logic

Founded in 2014, Tortuga Logic is a cybersecurity company that provides industry-leading services and solutions to address security vulnerabilities overlooked in today’s systems. Tortuga Logic’s innovative hardware security verification solutions, Radix, enables verification and security teams to detect and prevent system-wide exploits in FPGAs, ASICs and SoC that are otherwise undetectable using current methods of security review.

To learn more, visit www.tortugalogic.com or contact info@tortugalogic.com

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