MONDAY November 13, 10:30am - 12:30pm | Salons A & B1
EVENT TYPE: REGULAR SESSION
SESSION 1BCamouflaging and Logic Encryption
Fareena Saqib - Florida Institute of Technology
This session covers camouflaging and logic encryption attacks and countermeasures. Topics include attacks on decamouflaging sequential circuits without scan access, SAT-based attack on cyclic logic encryption, and a variety of novel countermeasure techniques for storing obfuscated master keys with quantifiable security and obfuscation of interconnects.
|1B.1||Reverse Engineering Camouflaged Sequential Circuits Without Scan Access|
|Speaker:||Mohamed El Massad - New York Univ.
|Authors:||Mohamed El Massad - New York Univ.
Siddharth Garg - New York Univ.
Mahesh Tripunitara - Univ. of Waterloo
|1B.2||Obfuscating the Interconnects: Low-Cost and Resilient Full-Chip Layout Camouflaging|
|Speaker:||Satwik Patnaik - New York Univ.
|Authors:||Satwik Patnaik - New York Univ.
Mohammed Ashraf - New York Univ., Abu Dhabi
Johann Knechtel - New York Univ., Abu Dhabi
Ozgur Sinanoglu - New York Univ., Abu Dhabi
|1B.3||CycSAT: SAT-Based Attack on Cyclic Logic Encryptions|
|Speaker:||Hai Zhou - Northwestern Univ.
|Authors:||Hai Zhou - Northwestern Univ.
Ruifeng Jiang - Northwestern Univ.
Shuyu Kong - Northwestern Univ.
|1B.4||Threshold-based Obfuscated Keys with Quantifiable Security Against Invasive Readout|
|Speaker:||Shahrzad Keshavarz - Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst
|Authors:||Shahrzad Keshavarz - Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst
Daniel Holcomb - Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst