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Survey of Methods to Improve Side-Channel Resistance on Partial Reconfigurable Platforms

Stoettinger, Marc ; Malipatlolla, Sunil ; Tian, Qizhi (2010):
Survey of Methods to Improve Side-Channel Resistance on Partial Reconfigurable Platforms.
In: Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, 78., In: Design Methodologies for Secure Embedded Systems, pp. 63-84,
Springer, ISBN 978-3-64-216766-9,
[Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

In this survey we introduce a few secure hardware implementation methods for FPGA platforms in the context of side-channel analysis. Side-channel attacks may exploit data-dependent physical leakage to estimate secret parameters like a cryptographic key. In particular, IP-cores for security applications on

embedded systems equippe with FPGAs have to be made secure against these attacks. Thus, we discuss how the countermeasures, known from literature, can be applied on FPGA-based systems to improve the side-channel resistance. After introducing the reader to the FPGA technology and the FPGA reconfiguration workflow, we discuss the hiding-based countermeasure against power analysis attacks especially designed for reconfigurable FPGAs.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2010
Creators: Stoettinger, Marc ; Malipatlolla, Sunil ; Tian, Qizhi
Title: Survey of Methods to Improve Side-Channel Resistance on Partial Reconfigurable Platforms
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Abstract:

In this survey we introduce a few secure hardware implementation methods for FPGA platforms in the context of side-channel analysis. Side-channel attacks may exploit data-dependent physical leakage to estimate secret parameters like a cryptographic key. In particular, IP-cores for security applications on

embedded systems equippe with FPGAs have to be made secure against these attacks. Thus, we discuss how the countermeasures, known from literature, can be applied on FPGA-based systems to improve the side-channel resistance. After introducing the reader to the FPGA technology and the FPGA reconfiguration workflow, we discuss the hiding-based countermeasure against power analysis attacks especially designed for reconfigurable FPGAs.

Title of Book: Design Methodologies for Secure Embedded Systems
Series Name: Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering
Volume: 78.
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 978-3-64-216766-9
Uncontrolled Keywords: Design Methodologies, Embedded Systems, Security
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
Date Deposited: 31 Dec 2016 00:15
Identification Number: ISS:Stoettinger:2010:SurveyofMeth:197
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