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In 2016 the American National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) started a post-quantum cryptography (PQC) standardization process for key encapsulation mechanisms (KEM) and digital signature schemes. The competition began with 69 proper submissions in December 2017. As of July 22, 2020, the competition entered the third round with 7 finalist algorithms (4 KEM/Encryption and 3 Signature). Read more…

With the ubiquitous use of IoT devices in all walks of life, SoCs are subjected to various attacks to extract security assets throughout their lifecycle. Arm has an architected and evolving family of secure enclave implementations possessing a variety of security services and capabilities together that aim for attack mitigation and countermeasure techniques that are integrated into the overall secure SoC lifecycle. Read more…

In the modern digital era, counterfeit electronic devices and systems pose a severe threat to undisruptive service, users’ privacy as well as the national economy, and security. Adversaries can inject various counterfeit devices into the electronics supply chain due to its global and distributed nature and sheer operational complexities among numerous participants, which lacks distinct provenance, tracking, and traceability of the products from individual chips to large systems. Read more…

Published on 03/09/2021
TEDxYouth@PHUHS, an independently organized TED event to be held at Palm Harbor University High School April 18, will feature ECE Assistant Professor Farimah Farahmandi. The event, branded ‘Rewired,’ invites 12 speakers to share what it means to rewire our world. Read more…