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IEEE Access Special Section Editorial: Security and reliability aware system design for mobile computing devices

IEEE Access Special Section Editorial: Security and reliability aware system design for mobile computing devices
IEEE Access Special Section Editorial: Security and reliability aware system design for mobile computing devices
It is a well-known fact that design productivity is failing to keep pace with the big increase in the demands of applications and advanced silicon technology, especially in the domain of portable electronics. Moreover owing to the massive complexity of modern systems-on-chip (SoC), complete in-house development is impossible, and thus globalization of the design process has established itself as an inevitable solution for faster and efficient design. In this global design supply chain, the design of mobile computing devices relies heavily on reusable Intellectual Property (IP) cores as a practical solution. However, such IP cores are becoming increasingly vulnerable to malicious activities, attacks and threats. Any form of third party intervention in the design process can raise grave security concerns about the system. Security issues in IP’s can be in the form of IP piracy/IP counterfeit or embedded malicious logic or information leakage. The first form of security countermeasure requires anti-piracy methodologies that can nullify false claims of ownership or detect unauthorized pirated designs. The second form of threat, which is often called a ‘hardware Trojan’, is the deliberate insertion of illicit hardware into the IP design by a rogue designer or vendor, also requires detection/correction strategies as a security countermeasure.
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Sengupta, Anirban
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Sengupta, Anirban, Mohanty, Saraju P., Lombardi, Fabrizio and Zwolinski, Mark (2016) IEEE Access Special Section Editorial: Security and reliability aware system design for mobile computing devices. IEEE Access, 4, 2976-2980, [7505461]. (doi:10.1109/ACCESS.2016.2580465).

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Abstract

It is a well-known fact that design productivity is failing to keep pace with the big increase in the demands of applications and advanced silicon technology, especially in the domain of portable electronics. Moreover owing to the massive complexity of modern systems-on-chip (SoC), complete in-house development is impossible, and thus globalization of the design process has established itself as an inevitable solution for faster and efficient design. In this global design supply chain, the design of mobile computing devices relies heavily on reusable Intellectual Property (IP) cores as a practical solution. However, such IP cores are becoming increasingly vulnerable to malicious activities, attacks and threats. Any form of third party intervention in the design process can raise grave security concerns about the system. Security issues in IP’s can be in the form of IP piracy/IP counterfeit or embedded malicious logic or information leakage. The first form of security countermeasure requires anti-piracy methodologies that can nullify false claims of ownership or detect unauthorized pirated designs. The second form of threat, which is often called a ‘hardware Trojan’, is the deliberate insertion of illicit hardware into the IP design by a rogue designer or vendor, also requires detection/correction strategies as a security countermeasure.

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Published date: 6 June 2016
Organisations: University of Southampton

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Local EPrints ID: 411063
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/411063
PURE UUID: a1d38145-cf2e-4247-b085-2b9daf3e2396
ORCID for Mark Zwolinski: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-2230-625X

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Date deposited: 13 Jun 2017 16:32
Last modified: 18 Feb 2021 16:36

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Author: Anirban Sengupta
Author: Saraju P. Mohanty
Author: Fabrizio Lombardi
Author: Mark Zwolinski ORCID iD

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