The chapters in this open access book arise out of the EU Cost Action project Cryptacus, the objective of which was to improve and adapt existent cryptanalysis methodologies and tools to the ubiquitous computing framework. The cryptanalysis implemented lies along four axes: cryptographic models, cryptanalysis of building blocks, hardware and software security engineering, and security assessment of real-world systems.
The authors are top-class researchers in security and cryptography, and the contributions are of value to researchers and practitioners in these domains.
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- Applied computing
- Computer security
- Computing & information technology
- Cyber-physical systems, IoT
- Cybernetics & systems theory
- Data and Information Security
- Electrical engineering
- Energy technology & engineering
- Internet of Things
- IoT Security
- lightweight cryptography
- network security
- open access
- Professional Computing
- Security & fire alarm systems
- Security Science and Technology
- side-channel analysis
- Symmetric Cryptography
- Systems and Data Security
- Technology, engineering, agriculture
- Ubiquitous Computing Systems
- Ubiquitous Devices