Zero Trust Security In Chip Manufacturing

More equipment vendors and more IP are making the data in a fab much more valuable than in the past, and a potential target for hackers. What’s needed is a different approach to architecting and deploying services and equipment, so breaches can be stopped before they affect other equipment and data, and a better way of sharing data. Brian Buras, production analytics solution architect at Advantest America, looks at why the risk is rising and how to deal with it.

Ed Sperling

Ed Sperling

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Ed Sperling is the editor in chief of Semiconductor Engineering.

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