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Riscure Blog

The DRM is known to protect and encrypt content in order to deliver it to the device. DRM’s main purpose is to close the gaps in content protection strategies and enable content consumption on different devices to be easily accessible. As DRM technologies have matured, it is expected that their security capabilities will follow.

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Recently, the new ISO/SAE 21434 security standard was published. The publication of the long-awaited standard marks a major milestone in automotive security.

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In this blog post will highlight some interesting developments introduced in this new version of the specification that are worth the attention of content protection professionals.

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Fault Injection is recognized independently as a common weakness by a reputable party.

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Justin is on the phone with Alex from Riscure, discussing how to address security requirements from the OEM. After some minutes, Justin realized he needs to align with Chris from the OEM on what is the considered security context.

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What does it mean that ‘The ECU debug system should be disabled in the production units’, how do I disable it? Do I set the microcontroller lock fuses? Or is it enough to remove the ECU debug header?

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