Implementations of 2D Material-Based Devices For IoT Security

A new research paper titled "Application of 2D Materials in Hardware Security for Internet-of-Things: Progress and Perspective" was published by researchers at National University of Singapore and A*STAR. The paper explores the "implementation of hardware security using 2D materials, for example, true random number generators (TRNGs), physical unclonable functions (PUFs), camouflage, and ant... » read more

End to End System Design for DRAM-based TRNG

Research paper titled "DR-STRaNGe: End-to-End System Design for DRAM-based True Random Number Generators" is presented from researchers at TOBB University of Economics and Technology and ETH Zurich. Abstract "Random number generation is an important task in a wide variety of critical applications including cryptographic algorithms, scientific simulations, and industrial testing tools. True ... » read more

Making Sense Of PUFs

As security becomes a principal design consideration, physically unclonable functions (PUFs) are seeing renewed interest as new players emerge onto the market. PUFs can play a central role in hardware roots of trust (HRoTs), but the messaging in the market can make it confusing to understand the different types of PUF as well as their pros and cons. PUFs leverage some uncertain aspect of som... » read more