FDTC 2021: Presentation Slides

Opening remarks
Keynote I
Managing Natural Hazards and Adversarial Fault Injections in the Context of Connected Emebedded Systems
Sylvain Guilley
Session 1 – Fault Analysis
On the Importance of Initial Solutions Selection in Fault Injection
Marina Krček, Daniele Fronte and Stjepan Picek
A High-Order Infective Countermeasure Framework
Guillaume Barbu, Luk Bettale, Laurent Castelnovi, Thomas Chabrier, Nicolas Debande, Christophe Giraud and Nathan Reboud
ARCHIE: A QEMU-Based Framework for Architecture-Independent Evaluation of Faults
Florian Hauschild, Kathrin Garb, Lukas Auer, Bodo Selmke and Johannes Obermaier
EM Fault Model Characterization on SoCs: From Different Architectures to the Same Fault Model
Thomas Trouchkine, Guillaume Bouffard and Jessy Clédière
Session 2 – Short Presentations
Safe-Error Analysis of Post-Quantum Cryptography Algorithms
Luk Bettale, Simon Montoya and Guénaël Renault
Algebraic Fault Analysis of Subterranean 2.0
Michael Gruber, Patrick Karl and Georg Sigl
Are Cold Boot Attacks still Feasible: A Case Study on Raspberry Pi with Stacked Memory
Yoo-Seung Won and Shivam Bhasin
EMFI for Safety-Critical Testing of Automotive Systems
Colin O'Flynn
Keynote II
Fault Attacks against your Zen
Jean-Pierre Seifert
Session 3 – Experimentation on Fault Attacks
On the Scaling of EMFI Probe
Julien Toulemont, Geoffrey Chance, Jean-Marc Galliere, Frederick Mailly, Pascal Nouet and Philippe Maurine
Laser Fault Injection in a 32-bit Microcontroller: from the Flash Interface to the Execution Pipeline
Vanthanh Khuat, Jean-Luc Danger and Jean-Max Dutertre
The Forgotten Threat of Voltage Glitching: A Case Study on Nvidia Tegra X2 SoCs
Otto Bittner, Thilo Krachenfels, Andreas Galauner and Jean-Pierre Seifert