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CRA1: Device-to-System Security and Trust

Device-to-System Security and Trust:

CHASE develops tools and methodologies for ensuring trustworthiness of ICs and systems targeting malicious inclusions, side-channel attacks, probing attacks, etc., including:

  • Techniques for hardware Trojan detection and prevention.
  • Probing and countermeasures against probing.
  • Side-channel attack analysis and countermeasures.
  • Run-time security analysis, secure cryptography analysis.
  • New computer architectures for secure and reliable computing, including data integrity and code protection and verification.
  • Separation of information between processes, and virtual machines.
  • Secure human-computer interface, and security for multi-core systems.

 

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