Architectures of flexible symmetric key crypto engines - a survey: From hardware coprocessor to multi-crypto-processor system on chip

@article{Bossuet2013ArchitecturesOF,
  title={Architectures of flexible symmetric key crypto engines - a survey: From hardware coprocessor to multi-crypto-processor system on chip},
  author={Lilian Bossuet and Michael Grand and Lubos Gaspar and Viktor Fischer and Guy Gogniat},
  journal={ACM Comput. Surv.},
  year={2013},
  volume={45},
  pages={41:1-41:32}
}
Throughput, flexibility, and security form the design trilogy of reconfigurable crypto engines; they must be carefully considered without reducing the major role of classical design constraints, such as surface, power consumption, dependability, and cost. Applications such as network security, Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Digital Rights Management (DRM), and pay per view have drawn attention to these three constraints. For more than ten years, many studies in the field of cryptographic… CONTINUE READING
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