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Back TC: Large: Collaborative Research: 3DSEC: Trustworthy System Security Through 3-D Integrated Hardware
|Division||Graduate School of Operational & Information Sciences|
Huffmire, Theodore D.
Irvine, Cynthia E.
|Sponsor||National Science Foundation (NSF)|
|Summary||In this proposal we describe the core technical method by which hardware can be augmented for security (3-D integration), and we argue that this could require very minimal changes to the host layer (with early estimates pointing to increases in areas significantly below even 1%). We plan to explore many different ways in which this new found hardware malleability could be applied, from strong isolation of cores to auditing and object reuse, but as a preliminary study we describe an initial architecture and performance analysis of a 3-D layer to eliminate cache-based side channels by re-routing signals from the host computation layer through a specialized cache manager in the control plane.|
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