Cryptography Seminar

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7 March 2018
14:00
Elisabeth Oswald
Abstract

Side channel leakage is no longer just a concern for industries that
traditionally have a high degree of awareness and expertise in
(implementing) cryptography. With the rapid growth of security
sensitive applications in other areas, e.g. smartphones, homes, etc.
there is a clear need for developers with little to no crypto
expertise to implement and instantiate cryptography securely on
embedded devices. In this talk, I explain what makes finding side
channel leaks challenging (in theory and in practice) and give an
update on our latest work to develop methods and tools to enable
non-domain experts to ‘get a grip’ on leakage in their
implementations.

  • Cryptography Seminar
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