Cryptographic engineering / editor Çetin Kaya Koç.
Contributor(s): Koç, Çetin Kaya [editor.].Material type: BookPublisher: New York : Springer, c.2009Description: xxii, 517 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780387718163; 0387718168.Subject(s): Data encryption (Computer science) | Embedded computer systems -- Design and construction | Cryptography | | Computer Science January2017DDC classification: 005.82
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
About Cryptographic Engineering.- Random Number Generators for Cryptographic Applications.- Evaluation Criteria for Physical Random Number Generators.- True Random Number Generators for Cryptography.- Fast Finite Field Multiplication.- Efficient Unified Arithmetic for Hardware Cryptography.- Spectral Modular Arithmetic for Cryptography.- Elliptic and Hyperelliptic Curve Cryptography.- Instruction Set Extensions for Cryptographic Applications.- FPGA and ASIC Implementations of AES.- Secure and Efficient Implementation of Symmetric Encryption Schemes using FPGAs.- Block Cipher Modes of Operation from a Hardware Implementation Perspective.- Basics of Side-Channel Analysis.- Improved Techniques for Side-Channel Analysis.- Electromagnetic Attacks and Countermeasures.- Leakage from Montgomery Multiplication.- Randomized Exponentiation Algorithms.- Microarchitectural Attacks and Countermeasures.
"Cryptographic Engineering covers the theory and practice of engineering of cryptographic systems, including encryption and decryption engines, digital signature and authentication systems, true random number generators, and the design, implementation, testing, and validation of cryptographic systems. This book also addresses cryptanalysis of security systems for the purpose of checking their robustness and their strength against attacks, and building countermeasures in order to thwart such attacks by reducing their probability of success."--BOOK JACKET.