Ensuring chip integrity is an increasingly important topic with global reach. The Florida Institute for Cybersecurity Research at the University of Florida has been working in this field for many years and is a pioneer in the development of new test methods for the detection of security-relevant modifications in e.g IC's or chip-packages. Among their latest tools for chip integrity testing, a TeraCube M2-R system was recently installed and commissioned. 


This short video posted by group leader Dr. Asadi on his Youtube-channel on "Physical Assurance and Inspection of Electronics" gives you a glimpse of how the TeraCube will help to improve chip integrity testing in the future.

Reference to The Florida Institute of Cybersecurity Reasearch (FICS): https://fics.institute.ufl.edu