DW-AES: A Domain-Wall Nanowire-Based AES for High Throughput and Energy-Efficient Data Encryption in Non-Volatile Memory

@article{Wang2016DWAESAD,
  title={DW-AES: A Domain-Wall Nanowire-Based AES for High Throughput and Energy-Efficient Data Encryption in Non-Volatile Memory},
  author={Yuhao Wang and Leibin Ni and Chip Hong Chang and Hao Yu},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security},
  year={2016},
  volume={11},
  pages={2426-2440}
}
Big-data storage poses significant challenges to anonymization of sensitive information against data sniffing. Not only will the encryption bandwidth be limited by the I/O traffic, the transfer of data between the processor and the memory will also expose the input-output mapping of intermediate computations on I/O channels that are susceptible to semi-invasive and non-invasive attacks. Limited by the simplistic cell-level logic, existing logic-in-memory computing architectures are incapable of… CONTINUE READING
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