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Security Engineering

Der Lehrstuhl für Security Engineering unter der Leitung von Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tim Güneysu ist seit 2017 Teil des Research Departments für IT-Sicherheit/HGI.

Die Forschungsschwerpunkte des Lehrstuhles reichen von Aspekten der Hardwaresicherheit und Schutz gegen physikalische Angreifer, der Entwicklung sicherer Prozessorarchitekturen bis hin zur angewandten Kryptographie und deren effiziente Implementierung.

KÜRZLICH VERÖFFENTLICHTE FORSCHUNG

  • Accepted Paper at CHES’21
    FIVER – Ro­bust Ve­ri­fi­ca­ti­on of Coun­ter­me­a­su­res against Fault In­jec­tions
  • Accepted Paper at RAID’21
    Ba­si­cBlo­cker: ISA Re­de­sign to Make Spect­re-Im­mu­ne CPUs Fas­ter
  • Accepted Paper at CHES’21
    DL-LA: Deep Learning Leakage Assessment: A modern roadmap for SCA evaluations
  • Accepted Paper at CHES’21
    Countermeasures against Static Power Attacks – Comparing Exhaustive Logic Balancing and Other Protection Schemes in 28 nm CMOS
  • Accepted Paper at CHES’21
    Inconsistency of Simulation and Practice in Delay-based Strong PUFs
  • Accepted Paper at CHES’21
    Second-Order SCA Security with almost no Fresh Randomness
  • Accepted Paper at CHES’21
    Let’s Take it Offline: Boosting Brute-Force Attacks on iPhone’s User Authentication through SCA
  • Accepted Paper at CHES’21
    Combining Optimization Objectives: New Machine-Learning Attacks on Strong PUFs
  • Accepted Paper at CHES’21
    New First-Order Secure AES Performance Records
  • Accepted Paper at CHES’21
    Re-Consolidating First-Order Masking Schemes – Nullifying Fresh Randomness