FDTC 2011: Presentation Slides

Opening remarksList of attendees
Keynote Talk I
The Fault Attack Jungle – A Classification Model to Guide You
Ingrid Verbauwhede, Jörn-Marc Schmidt and Dusko Karaklajic
Session 1 – Fault attacks on elliptic curve cryptosystems
Fault Sensitivity Analysis against Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems
Hikaru Sakamoto, Yang Li, Kazuo Ohta and Kazuo Sakiyama
A Cost-Effective FPGA-based Fault Simulation Environment
Angelika Janning, Johann Heyszl, Frederic Stumpf and Georg Sigl
Session 2 – Differential fault attacks on symmetric cryptosystems
A Differential Fault Analysis on AES Key Schedule using Single Fault
Sk Subidh Ali and Debdeep Mukhopadhyay
From AES-128 to AES-192 and AES-256, how to adapt Differential Fault Analysis Attacks
Noémie Floissac and Yann L'Hyver
Differential Fault Analysis on the SHA1 Compression Function
Ludger Hemme and Lars Hoffmann
Keynote Talk II
Fault Injection, a Fast Moving Target in Evaluations
Rob Bekkers and Hans König
Session 3 – Algebraic fault detection
On Protecting Cryptographic Applications against Fault Attacks using Residue Codes
Kazim Yumbul, Serdar S. Erdem and Erkay Savas
A High-Performance Fault Diagnosis Approach for the AES SubBytes utilizing Mixed Bases
Mehran Mozaffari-Kermani and Arash Reyhani-Masoleh
Session 4 – Fault injection in practice
Practical Optical Fault Injection on Secure Microcontrollers
Jasper G. J. van Woudenberg, Marc F. Witteman and Federico Menarini
Local and Direct EM Injection of Power into CMOS Integrated Circuits
François Poucheret, Karim Tobich, Mathieu Lisart, Bruno Robisson, Laurent Chusseau and Philippe Maurine
An in-Depth and black-Box Characterization of the Effects of Clock Glitches on 8-bit MCUs
Josep Balasch, Benedikt Gierlichs and Ingrid Verbauwhede