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Dr. Kevin T. Kornegay meets with internet inventor and evangelist Vinton Cerf in Washington, DC.

Welcome to CAP

Our mission is to provide the electronics industry and intelligence community with knowledge, methodology, solutions, and skilled cybersecurity engineers to help prevent penetration and manipulation of our nation’s cyber physical infrastructures. We apply invasive and noninvasive hardware and software reverse engineering techniques to assess physical layer cybersecurity vulnerabilities in embedded systems, specifically IoT devices. We also develop countermeasures to secure them against sensitive data extraction, disruption, diversion, and obfuscation.

A Message from
Dr. Kevin Kornegay

CAPABILITIES

  • Hardware Pentesting
  • Side Channel Analysis (SCA)
    • Simple Power Analysis (SPA)
    • Differential Power Analysis (DPA)
    • Correlation Power Analysis (CPA)
    • Differential Electromagnetic Analysis (DEMA)
  • Fault Injection (FI)
    • Power and Clock Glitching
  • Software Reverse Engineering
  • Countermeasure Development and Assessment
  • Wireless Interface/Protocol Hacking (e.g. GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, ZWave, custom protocols, etc.) via Software Defined Radio
  • Trusted Platform Module Security Applications & Design
  • Semiconductor Supply Chain Security
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