- Full Description
On any advanced integrated circuit or 'system-on-chip' there is a need for security. In many applications the actual implementation has become the weakest link in security rather than the algorithms or protocols. The purpose of the book is to give the integrated circuits and systems designer an insight into the basics of security and cryptography from the implementation point of view. As a designer of integrated circuits and systems it is important to know both the state-of-the-art attacks as well as the countermeasures. Optimizing for security is different from optimizations for speed, area, or power consumption. It is therefore difficult to attain the delicate balance between the extra cost of security measures and the added benefits.
- Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- Section 1:Introduction.
- Introduction to Cryptography.
- Side Channel Attacks: Introduction.
- Side Channel Attacks: Advanced Attacks.
- Intrusive Attacks.
- Section 2: Security Modules and Primitives.
- Key Crypto Implementations.
- Secret Key Crypto Implementations.
- Hash Functions.
- Random Number Generators for Integrated Circuits and FPGAs.
- PUFs: Physically Unclonable Devices.
- Secure Memories.
- Section 3: Design Methods for Security.
- Secure Design Methodology and the Tree of Trust.
- The Side
- Channel Attack Toolbox.
- Channel Resistant Circuit Styles and Associated IC Design Flow.
- Section 4: Applications.
- Security for Mobile Wireless Applications.
- Compact Implementations for RFID and Sensor Nodes.
- Security for Smart
- Security Evaluations, Common Criteria
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