tamper resistant sensor nodes

Tampres Workshop

The Tampres workshop (co-located with RFIDSec) presents highlight project results, a hands-on side-channel attacks and fault analysis tutorial and an invited talk by Elisabeth Oswald (University Bristol) on July 9th.

Date: Tuesday, July 9,2013
Location: Graz University of Technology
Institute for Applied Information
Processing and Communications
Inffeldgasse 16a,
8010 Graz,
Room: IFEG052 (before lunch) and IFEG042 (after lunch)

Time Schedule:

10:30-10:45 Welcome, Coffee
10:45-11:00 Introduction to Tampres:
Peter Langendörfer (IHP GmbH): TAMPer RESistant Sensor nodes
11:00-12:30 Tutorial:
Thomas Korak (TU Graz), Johann Heyszl (Fraunhofer AISEC):
Side-Channel Attacks and Fault Analysis
12:30-13:30 Lunch Break
13:30-14:30 Invited Talk:
Elisabeth Oswald (University of Bristol)
Title: Theory vs. Practice in Side Channel Analysis
Abstract: Traditionally theoretical considerations received little appreciation in the practitioner led research community that tackles the challenges around side channel attacks. Recent research demonstrates the need though to think beyond approaches to countermeasures that go beyond the never ending 'cat and mouse' game. This is particularly poignant in the area of implementing masking in software were recent practical results show the futility of the approach. In this talk I want to revisit the role that theory has played in constructing masking schemes by revisiting the very recent results that give us an idea how provably secure Boolean masking schemes need to be constructed as shown by Prouff and Rivain, and by contrasting this to some new radical ideas that show how to build elegant symmetric schemes based on masking (! aka secrete
sharing) over bilinear groups.
14:30-14:45 Coffee Break
14:45-15:15 Markus Hinkelmann (NXP):
Tampres Secure Design Flow
15:15-15:45 Aurelien Francillon (EURECOM):
SMART: Secure and Minimal Architecture for (Establishing a Dynamic) Root of Trust
15:45-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-16:30 Marcel Medwed (NXP):
Side-Channel Protected Cores & Secure Design Flow
16:30-17:30 Carsten Buschmann (coalesenses GmbH):
The Tampres Sensor Node – Introduction and Demonstration

To participate, please send an email with your name and your affiliation to buschmann@coalesenses.com . Participation is free for invited audience, otherwise you will have to register for the RFIDSec tutorials.

Travel information

The workshop takes place at the IAIK in Graz. Travel information can be found on the IAIK-website.

Hotel recommendation

If you wish to stay overnight, we recommend the Hotel Mercure Graz Messe. It's only 5 minutes walking distance to the workshop venue.