Design of Adiabatic Dynamic Differential Logic for DPA-Resistant Secure Integrated Circuits
Abstract— Production of cost-effective secure integrated chips, such as smart cards, requires hardware designers to consider tradeoffs in size, security, and power consumption. To design successful security-centric designs, the low-level hardware must contain built-in protection mechanisms to supplement cryptographic algorithms, such as advanced encryption standard and triple data encryption standard by preventing side-channel attacks, such as differential power analysis < Final Year Projects 2016 > DPA.Dynamic logic obfuscates the output waveforms and the circuit operation, reducing the effectiveness of the DPA attack. For stronger mitigation of DPA attacks, we propose the implementation of adiabatic dynamic differential logic (ADDL) for applications in secure integrated circuit (IC) design. Such an approach is effective in reducing power consumption, demonstrated using HSPICE simulations with 22-nm predictive technology.
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