PROJECT TITLE :
NoC-Based Protection for SoC Time-Driven Attacks
Systems-on-chip (SoCs) based on several core architectures will be attacked. Malicious processes will infer secrets from on-chip wise traffic by evaluating the degradation on their communication performance. Such a threat rises from the resource sharing. In order to avoid such time-driven attacks, the network-on-chip (NoC) can integrate mechanisms to isolate completely different communication flows. In this letter, we have a tendency to propose two mechanisms, random arbitration and adaptive routing, that dynamically allocate the SoC resources to avoid such attacks. We compare our approach to the distinctive previous work under several traffic conditions. We have a tendency to demonstrate that our mechanisms are effective to safeguard the SoC while increasing the overall performance.
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