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by Michael Georg Grasser

Author: Michael Georg Grasser
Subcategory: Hardware & DIY
Language: English
Publisher: VDM Verlag (May 22, 2008)
Pages: 144 pages
Category: Technologies and Computers
Rating: 4.8
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Secure CPU: A Secure Proc. has been added to your Cart. Dr. Michael Georg Grasser was born in 1981 in Graz, Austria

Secure CPU: A Secure Proc. Michael Georg Grasser was born in 1981 in Graz, Austria. During his has academic career he studied information management (FH JOANNEUM), business informatics (FH Ansbach) and telematics (Graz University of Technology).

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The securing of IT facilities that manipulate data, such as computer servers, often by means of specialized cybersecurity . Grasser, Michael (2008). Secure CPU: A Secure Processor Architecture for Embedded Systems.

The securing of IT facilities that manipulate data, such as computer servers, often by means of specialized cybersecurity hardware. Hardware security module. Secure cryptoprocessor.

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Secure processor architectures can provide secure computing environments. Der CPU-Simulator MikroSim. All kinds of applications that need high security should be immune to both physical and software attacks through the secure architectures. Memory integrity verification is a key problem while implementing secure processors. This paper proposed a scheme called IV-BF to ensure data integrity.

Secure Cpu - A Secure Processor Architecture for Embedded Systems. by Michael Georg Grasser. Due to strict restrictions and requirements, only special software is used in security-critical and embedded systems. Therefore, it is also necessary to secure those software applications with a special hardware implementation of a secure processor architecture against vulnerabilities and attacks.

Securing computer systems is perhaps one of the key responsibilities of modern software architects, as well as hardware . Michael Georg Grasser.

Securing computer systems is perhaps one of the key responsibilities of modern software architects, as well as hardware designers. Due to strict restrictions and requirements, onl. More).

Michael Georg Grasser (Institute for Technical Informatics, Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria). International Journal of Web Information Systems. Publication date: 28 September 2007. The processor core was adapted and finally synthesised for a GRXC3S1500 board and extended. As numerically, most systems run on dedicated hardware and not on highperformance general purpose processors. There certainly exists a market even for new hardware to be used in real applications.

d embedded systems or a processor SBC based . The need for fast but secure cryptographic systems is growing bigger.

d embedded systems or a processor SBC based system? This would cause your answer to vary. Therefore, dedicated hardware for cryptography is becoming a key issue for designers.

The research on security issues is getting more important, as the number of embedded and networked computing systems is increasing constantly. Due to strict restrictions and requirements, only special software is used in security-critical and embedded systems. Therefore, it is also necessary to secure those software applications with a special hardware implementation of a secure processor architecture against vulnerabilities and attacks. The main idea of this book was to develop a processor core extension that provides an improved capability against software vulnerabilities and improves the security of target systems passively. This architecture can directly execute bound checking for every data access. Processor registers were added, which contain the lowest and highest value, a particular register is allowed to hold. Therefore, checks can be executed directly in hardware without performance loss, whereas checking in software would make any application intolerably slow. Based on new concepts of intermediate languages, which support data-type information within meta data at the intermediate language level, the changes would be restricted to the last step in the compilation process.