Hardware Security Challenges Beyond CMOS: Attacks and Remedies

@article{Shamsi2016HardwareSC,
  title={Hardware Security Challenges Beyond CMOS: Attacks and Remedies},
  author={Kaveh Shamsi and Wujie Wen and Yier Jin},
  journal={2016 IEEE Computer Society Annual Symposium on VLSI (ISVLSI)},
  year={2016},
  pages={200-205}
}
The globalization of Integrated Circuits (ICs) supply chain has raised security concerns on how to ensure the integrity and the trustworthiness of fabricated circuits. While existing attack and protection methods are developed for CMOS based circuits, the introduction of emerging transistors acts as a double-sided sword. The usage of emerging devices introduces new security issues which the attackers can leverage to launch hardware attacks. On the other hand, the unique properties of emerging… CONTINUE READING

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