IP Core Protection and Hardware-Assisted Security for Consumer Electronics

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Author(s): Anirban Sengupta 1  and  Saraju P. Mohanty 2
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Publication Year: 2019

IP Core Protection and Hardware-Assisted Security for Consumer Electronics presents established and novel solutions for security and protection problems related to IP cores (especially those based on DSP/multimedia applications) in consumer electronics. The topic is important to researchers in various areas of specialization, encompassing overlapping topics such as EDA-CAD, hardware design security, VLSI design, IP core protection, optimization using evolutionary computing, system-on-chip design and application specific processor/hardware accelerator design. The book begins by introducing the concepts of security, privacy and IP protection in information systems. Later chapters focus specifically on hardware-assisted IP security in consumer electronics, with coverage including essential topics such as hardware Trojan security, robust watermarking, fingerprinting, structural and functional obfuscation, encryption, IoT security, forensic engineering based protection, JPEG obfuscation design, hardware assisted media protection, PUF and side-channel attack resistance.

Inspec keywords: industrial property; consumer electronics; supply chains; security; digital signal processing chips; reverse engineering

Other keywords: IP core protection; intellectual property; hardware fingerprinting; design supply chain; hardware watermarking; computational forensic engineering; reusable digital signal processing IP cores; hardware obfuscation; hardware metering; brute-force attacks; energy consumption; physically unclonable functions; watermarked AES; side channel attacks; structural obfuscation; Trojan horse attacks; consumer electronics; backdoor attacks; ownership issues; functional obfuscation; hardware AES; hardware protection; reverse engineering attacks; hardware-assisted security; DSP cores

Subjects: General and management topics; General electrical engineering topics; Digital signal processing chips; Legal aspects of computing; Digital signal processing chips

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