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Nicolas Moro (#933)
Name Nicolas Moro
Personal Homepage http://www.nicolasmoro.net
Topic of his/her doctorate. Complex security strategies for secure embedded circuits
Category implementation
Keywords fault attacks
Ph.D. Supervisor(s) Bruno Robisson, Emmanuelle Encrenaz
Abstract This thesis aims at defining software-level countermeasures against fault attacks on an up-to-date microcontroller. To perform such an analysis, this thesis relies on a hardware-level attacker's fault model. This fault model is obtained by using an electromagnetic fault injection experimental process.
E-Mail Address nicolas.moro (at) cea.fr
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