The Hardware Security Lab
In collaboration with Dr. Levi's Secure Electronic Systems Lab (Selecsys, room 248)
The lab concentrates on hardware security. Specializes in hardware security innovations including countermeasures, testing, security-evaluation and designing security primitives. The sophisticated measurement techniques developed in the laboratory are validated by a unique set of equipment that can mimic non-invasive, semi-invasive and passive, passive and active security attacks, thus covering the full range of potential security threats.
Here we actually implement hardware protection / implement algorithms that we have developed, measured and tested, and examine whether these protections are indeed capable of resisting known and famous and new types of attacks around the world.
We have developed an automation frameworks and designs that allows us to automatically update designs and measure things in a robust way and repeat experiment and validate through press button methodologies. The Security Lab has equipment that can simulate hardware attacks to see if the defenses developed at the research center do manage to protect the hardware on various technologies and computational platforms.