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Physically Unclonable Function – SoC Security White Paper

June 30, 2020, anysilicon

Physically Unclonable Function (PUF) is a function implemented in a device that is produced or configured with the security objective that random fluctuations in the production process lead to different behaviours and are hard to reproduce physically.

 

PUF OPERATIONS

 

A PUF is typically enrolled once before deployment (enrollment operation) which can involve generation of helper data (that allows error correction of noisy responses) and afterwards it can deliver a unique ID or key upon request (post-enrollment query operation or key rebuilding procedure) or a unique list of challenge-response pairs.

 

This White Paper explores the following:

 

  • BUSINESS CASE
  • SECURITY CASE
  • STEADINESS
  • ENTROPY
  • APPLICATIONS
  • IC SUPPLY CHAIN
  • SIMPLIFIED PROVISIONING
  • SIMPLIFIED SECURITY MANAGEMENT AT REST
  • INTEGRATION
  • STANDARD PRACTICES
  • PUF PARAMETERS FOR STANDARDIZATION

 

Contact Lee Anderson to get a copy of the paper.

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