Just as software can have exploitable flaws and vulnerabilities, hardware carries similar risks, but with one major setback: “patching” hardware vulnerabilities requires manual labor and much more time than software, which can be patched for millions of users with a click of a button. With billions of devices being created and released each year, Carnegie Mellon University CyLab researchers are developing advanced methods of improving and testing hardware security, making sure hardware is secure from the beginning.


Learn who at CyLab is working in hardware security.


We have researchers working in the following subtopics of applications of security and privacy. Check out each of their research: 

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