VIENNA, Va., Nov. 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- PFP Cybersecurity, a provider of a unique physics-based anomaly detection technology, today announced the company's participation in presentations and demonstrations at ARM® TechCon on November 11th. PFP co-founder and CTO, Dr. Carlos Aguayo Gonzalez and Dan Isaacs, Director of Connected Systems at Xilinx, will present and demonstrate the latest in malware detection for IoT applications. The PFP Cybersecurity system will be demonstrated at the Xilinx booth #205. The session, "New Intrusion Detection Methodology for IoT Cybersecurity using Programmable SoCs" will take place at 2:30pm PT at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
"The growing prevalence of interconnected devices and the rapid adoption of IoT underscores the importance of ensuring the reliability and security of these devices," said Dr. Gonzalez. "PFP has developed a first-of-its-kind IoT security solution that is not only scalable at the chip-level but also has the capability to be loaded on a wide array of endpoints, allowing for machine-time detection of threats and attacks."
ARM TechCon 2015 delivers an at-the-forefront comprehensive forum created to ignite the development and optimization of future ARM-based embedded products. With combined activities for chip designers, system implementation engineers and software developers in a shared space, attendees will learn from each other and collaborate on innovations, while also benefiting from dedicated activities to address the specific needs of their unique communities.
For the full event agenda, please visit: http://schedule.armtechcon.com/list
Date: Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Time: 2:30-3:30pm PT
Santa Clara Convention Center - Ballroom F
5001 Great America Pkwy
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Critical to the Internet of Things is the security of systems and data collected, assimilated and transmitted in terms of information trust and assurance. This talk describes a new, non-invasive methodology utilizing embedded ARM-based multi-processing programmable SoC technology to address the growing problem of cybersecurity for Internet of Things.
Fundamental to this technology is functional partitioning of processors/programmable logic to generate unique digital signatures during operation. It will discuss the design approach and methodology, including networked programmable SoC-based monitors operating in real-time for analyzing power signatures to characterize operational baseline thresholds.
About PFP Cybersecurity
Headquartered in Washington, D.C., PFP Cybersecurity provides a unique, anomaly-based cyber security threat detection technology that can instantly identify software and hardware intrusion including active and dormant attacks. With its innovative technology, PFP shortens the compromise detection gap to milliseconds by monitoring changes in electromagnetic frequencies and power supplies. This physics-based technology can be applied to detect advanced malware and sophisticated threats in critical cyber systems. It can also detect hardware Trojans and counterfeits in the supply chain. For more information, please visit: www.pfpcyber.com
SOURCE PFP Cybersecurity