Blog

15 September, 2023

IEEE International Symposium on Hardware Oriented Security and Trust (HOST)

At this year´s HOST event, we had the pleasure presenting a paper “Lightweight Countermeasures Preventing From Linear Code Extraction Attacks on a RISC-V Core” by the authors Théophile Gousselot, Olivier Thomas, Jean-Max Dutertre, Olivier Potin and Jean-Baptiste Rigaud. On this...
27 July, 2023

A warm welcome from our Project Coordinator

Discover the role of Barbara Gaggl, the project coordinator of the Horizon Europe project Orshin, in driving collaboration and coordination among key stakeholders. In a captivating video interview, Barbara shares insights into the project’s objectives and the challenges in such...
13 July, 2023

Cyber in Sophia Antipolis Summer school

Some of our ORSHIN team members delivered a remarkable keynote talk at the Sophia Antipolis Cyber Summer School, where they shared their expertise. Covering topics such as integrated circuit reverse-engineering, Bluetooth security, and the KNOB attack on Bluetooth Low Energy,...
4 July, 2023

Definition of Open Source Hardware and the Trusted Lifecycle

Welcome to the world of Open-Source Hardware (OSH) with Orshin, where technology meets democratization. Discover how Orshin plans to create secure, reliable, and accessible OSH products. Through their meticulous evaluation method, Orshin assigns scores to crucial aspects. Watch the video...
14 June, 2023

Open-Source Hardware Security at RISC-V Summit Europe

The ORSHIN workshop, held during the RISC-V Summit Europe in Barcelona, offered a captivating glimpse into the world of open-source hardware security. The technical and scientific lead, introduced the EU project ORSHIN, aimed at revolutionizing hardware security. Presentations covered diverse...
20 April, 2023

DATE 2023

At this year’s DATE 2023 conference we had the pleasure of presenting a paper about our research in the ORSHIN project. The paper “LOW-COST FIRST-ORDER SECURE BOOLEAN MASKING IN GLITCHY HARDWARE” was presented by the authors Dilip Kumar S V,...
28 March, 2023

ORSHIN 1st newsletter released

The 1st ORSHIN newsletter has been released, which is focused on the results of the first 6 project months.
22 March, 2023

Maria Chiara Molteni at the ORSHIN technical meeting in Bergamo.

Maria Chiara Molteni from Security Pattern had a great talk at the technical meeting in Bergamo. She describes the Work Package 2 and the different challenges according to the tasks. Security Pattern leads WP 2 and Maria Chiara is exited...
10 March, 2023

Technical Meeting, Bergamo

In the past months, the ORSHIN project made some steps forward with the research and development of the methodology and the security requirements for the trusted life cycle. The Technical meeting in Stezzano near Bergamo from 31st January to 1st...
24 February, 2023

It´s time for collaboration

Today we had our first introduction e-meeting with the CERTIFY project, another Horizon Europe project funded under the same call, also researching on the security lifecycle management. After a short introduction of each partner both projects presented their main objectives,...
5 December, 2022

A warm welcome from our Scientific Lead

Benedikt Gierlichs is a research expert at KU Leuven in Belgium and represents the Scientific Lead of the ORSHIN project. He is responsible for the scientific progress and carries an important role of achieving research and innovation goals of the...
5 December, 2022

A warm welcome from our Technical Lead

Daniele Antonioli represents the Technical Lead of the ORSHIN project. As an assistant professor at EURECOM in France, he will help managing all technical aspects such as software tools, secure communication for open-source hardware and providing both essential and beyond...
22 October, 2022

Kick-off meeting, Sophia Antipolis

The ORSHIN kick-off meeting in Sophia Antipolis, France, was successfully completed from 20th to 21st October 2022. EURECOM kindly hosted us at Sophia Antipolis Campus, where all seven partners of the ORSHIN team gathered to plan and communicate the details...