As our world and our personal/professional electronic devices become increasingly interconnected, securing the private information stored within them has become an important concern. This urgency of maintaining information securely will only grow over time.  Our faculty research in this area ranges from hardware implementation of cryptographic algorithms to side-channel cryptanalysis and from security in embedded systems to network-level security.

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Andrew Clark

Autonomous Systems, Optimization Theory, Smart Cities, Secure Control of Cyber-physical Systems, Network security

 CRII 
Thomas Eisenbarth 

Embedded Security Design, Physical Security and Side Channel Cryptanalysis, and Efficient Implementation of Cryptographic Algorithms 

 

Berk Sunar 

Vernam Group

Secure Control of Cyberphysical Systems, Implementation of Cryptographic Algorithms, Network Security, Embedded Security Design, Physical Security, Side-Channel Cryptanalysis   Cache Attack