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Secure-IC has established a thought leadership position in the security world. Secure-IC sets itself apart by accompanying customers along the IC design process by providing best in class protection IP cores, security evaluation solutions & consulting services to reach the best available certification required for different markets. Combining a full set of analysis platforms with best of breed set of security technologies & backed by almost 40 families of international & global patents, Secure-IC is considered a leader in cyberspace security embedded systems. Secure-IC protects companies against attacks and guarantees at each stage of the design process that the absolute optimal security level is reached.  The best of breed technologies that are provided stem from the company’s commitment to the research community in order to foresee future major threats, tackle problems with innovative solutions & empower the intricate work of the industry standardization bodies.  The company provides Silicon proven technology, pioneering in AI for embedded security, post quantum & hybrid, and state –of-the-art synthesis of attacks/ countermeasures.  The embedded security system lines can be better recognized as Threat Protection (A combination of smart units & expertise results), Threat Analysis (Ready to use, pre & post silicon & SW analysis platforms) and Think Ahead (the next steps towards all security challenges). As a spin-off from Telecom Paris Tech University, one of the most advanced institutes in embedded security research.


Sylvain Guilley is CTO at Secure-IC, a company offering embedded secure elements.
Sylvain is also professor at TELECOM-ParisTech, associate research at Ecole Normale Superieure (ENS), and adjunct professor at the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
His research interests are trusted computing, cyber-physical security, secure prototyping in FPGA and ASIC, and formal / mathematical methods.
Since 2012, he organizes the PROOFS workshop, which brings together researchers whose objective is to increase the trust in the security of embedded systems.
Sylvain is also lead editor of international standards, such as ISO/IEC 20897 (Physically Unclonable Functions) and ISO/IEC 20085 (Calibration of non-invasive testing tools).

Sylvain has co-authored 250+ research papers and filed 40+ patents.
He is member of the IACR, the IEEE and senior member of the CryptArchi club.
He is alumni from Ecole Polytechnique and TELECOM-ParisTech.