Design security is often an afterthought. But, with the regularity of security breaches impacting an array of industries, it's now more of an imperative to build security into designs early on. This paper addresses why security can't be neglected even in the most seemingly innocuous products, and examines why hardware-based security technologies can better protect against vulnerabilities than software-based approaches.
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