Intel Creates New Chip Technology to Thwart Hardware-Based Cyber-Attacks


A new semiconductor technology described by Intel Corp. is intended to assist companies in more successfully thwarting hardware-based hacking efforts.

Some cyber-attacks steal data by taking advantage of flaws in server software. Other cyber-attacks target the server itself rather than the software that runs on it. In an effort to undermine the targeted machine’s cybersecurity defenses and access its data, hackers induce hardware issues.

Tunable Replica Circuit (TRC) is the name of the revolutionary semiconductor technology that Intel revealed now. According to the business, TRC can automatically identify a number of prevalent forms of hardware-based cyber-attacks. Administrators can take action to stop a hacking attempt if the technology notices it.

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