Intel announced the winners of its second annual Hardware Security Academic Awards which are aimed at advancing innovative research addressing fundamental security challenges and boosting the industry’s ability to deliver more trustworthy foundational technologies.

Cornell ECE Professor Ed Suh is the lead author of the 2003 paper “AEGIS: Architecture for Tamper-Evident and Tamper-Resistant Processing” which received the inaugural Test of Time Award.

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Prof. Suh receives Hardware Security Test of Time Award from Intel