Encryption Visual Projection in Embedded Systems


Embedded systems permeate our everyday lives. From automobiles to elevators, kitchen appliances to televisions, and water heaters to cell phones, we increasingly depend upon embedded systems to operate as expected. A few obviously critical embedded application domains, such as aviation, have traditionally benefited from extraordinary care during development to ensure that everything is done correctly. But increasingly, everyday embedded applications are becoming “mission critical,” with little fanfare and perhaps without the full attention to dependability properties that they truly deserve. Typically embedded systems have low computing power and finite energy supply based on a battery, and these factors are at odds with the computationally intensive nature of the cryptographic algorithms underlying many security protocols. In addition, secure embedded systems are vulnerable to attacks, like physical tampering, malware and side-channel attacks.

Authors and Affiliations

M. Shankar| Associate Professor and Head, UG and PG studies, EEE, KEC Kuppam, Andhra Pradesh Email: [email protected], Dr. M. Sridar| Director of International Relations Bharath University, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India, Email: [email protected], Dr. M. Rajani| Director of R & D Bharath University, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India, Email: [email protected]


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M. Shankar, Dr. M. Sridar, Dr. M. Rajani (2012). Encryption Visual Projection in Embedded Systems. International Journal of Electronics Communication and Computer Technology, 2(1), 41-46. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-8271