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Security of IoT systems: Design challenges and opportunities
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We present a brief survey of IoT challenges and opportunities with an emphasis on security issues. Expand
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Nanoelectronic Solutions for Hardware Security
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Techniques for foundry identification
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We introduce statistical techniques for foundry detection, specifically for identifying from which foundry a particular chip originates from. Expand
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Hardware obfuscation using PUF-based logic
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We introduce techniques for the obfuscation of an arbitrary circuit by using physical unclonable functions (PUFs) and programmable logic which can be configured to be functionally equivalent to any arbitrary design. Expand
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Nano Meets Security: Exploring Nanoelectronic Devices for Security Applications
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This paper shows how one can develop hardware security primitives by exploiting the unique characteristics such as complex device and system models, bidirectional operation, and nonvolatility of emerging nanoelectronic devices. Expand
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Quo vadis, PUF?: Trends and challenges of emerging physical-disorder based security
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The physical unclonable function (PUF) has emerged as a popular and widely studied security primitive based on the randomness of the underlying physical medium. Expand
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Hierarchical Label Propagation and Discovery for Machine Generated Email
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We present an efficient and effective hierarchical label propagation and discovery algorithm for email categorization that achieves 91% precision and 93% recall, while increasing label coverage by more than 11%. Expand
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Digital bimodal function: An ultra-low energy security primitive
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We have developed a new security hardware primitive named digital bimodal function (DBF) that enables ultra low energy security protocols. Expand
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Reverse engineering and prevention techniques for physical unclonable functions using side channels
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This paper investigates and addresses the vulnerabilities of existing physical unclonable functions (PUFs). Expand
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Tsunamis and splay fault dynamics
[1] The geometry of a fault system can have significant effects on tsunami generation, but most tsunami models to date have not investigated the dynamic processes that determine which path ruptureExpand
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