Wednesday, May 27, 2020
ISC 2017
Break one link and the whole chain falls apart!: Embedding Security in Things to Cloud

Break one link and the whole chain falls apart!: Embedding Security in Things to Cloud

Debdeep Mukhopadhyay

With the advent of Internet of Things (IoT) the need and challenges of security have increased manifold. Starting from the miniature devices, which are often resource constrained, to the pervasive omni-present cloud, all avenues for a potential attack need to be mitigated. In this talk, we discuss starting from physical security of the "things" in an IoT framework to developing dedicated cryptographic techniques for delegating data in the cloud. The talk covers several topics involving secured implementation, by addressing issues like side channel analysis countermeasures, physically unclonable functions, their adoption in the context of IoT security, and finally new encryption techniques suited for delegating processing on the cloud, yet ensuring privacy of information.

Key Words: Side Channel Analysis, Physically Unclonable Functions, Lightweight Public Key Cryptography, Searchable Encrypton

Bio: Debdeep Mukhopadhyay} is currently a full Professor at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT-Kharagpur, India. At IIT Kharagpur he initiated the Secured Embedded Architecture Laboratory (SEAL), with a focus on Embedded Security and Side Channel Attacks

( [ | ] ) . Prior to this he worked as Associate Professor at IIT Kharagpur, visiting scientist at NTU Singapore, a visiting Associate Professor of NYU-Shanghai, Assistant Professor at IIT-Madras, and as Visiting Researcher at NYU Tandon-School-of-Engineering, USA. He holds a PhD, an MS, and a B. Tech from IIT Kharagpur, India. Dr. Mukhopadhyay’s research interests are Cryptography, Hardware Security, and VLSI. His books include Fault Tolerant Architectures for Cryptography and Hardware Security (Springer), Cryptography and Network Security (Mc Graw Hills), Hardware Security: Design, Threats, and Safeguards (CRC Press), and Timing Channels in Cryptography (Springer). He has written more than 150 papers in peer-reviewed conferences and journals and has collaborated with several Indian and Foreign Organizations.

He has been in the program committee of several top International conferences and is an Associate Editor of the International Association of Cryptologic Research (IACR) Transactions of CHES, Journal of Hardware and Systems Security, Journal of Cryptographic Engineering, Springer.

He has given several invited talks in industry and academia, including tutorial talks at premier conferences like CHES, WIFS, VLSID. Dr. Mukhopadhyay is the recipient of the prestigious Swarnajayanti DST Fellowship 2015-16, Young Scientist award from the Indian National Science Academy, the Young Engineer award from the Indian National Academy of Engineers, and is a Young Associate of the Indian Academy of Science. He was also awarded the Outstanding Young Faculty fellowship in 2011 from IIT Kharagpur, and the Techno-Inventor Best PhD award by the Indian Semiconductor Association.

He has recently incubated a start-up on Hardware Security, ESP Pvt Ltd at IIT Kharagpur ( [ ).

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