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Lightweight Cryptography Workshop 2019


On-Demand Webcast

Cryptography in Industrial Embedded Systems: our experience of needs and constraints
Jean-Philippe Aumasson, Antony Vennard

FELICS-AE: a framework to benchmark lightweight authenticated block ciphers
Kévin Le Gouguec

Does gate count matter? Hardware efficiency of logic-minimization techniques for cryptographic primitives
Shashank Raghuraman and Leyla Nazhandali

Analyzing the Leakage-Resistance of some Round 1 Candidates of the NIST’s Lightweight Crypto Standardization Process
Francois-Xavier Standaert

Dumbo, Jumbo, and Delirium: Parallel Authenticated Encryption for the Lightweight Circus
Tim Beyne, Yu Long Chen, Christoph Dobraunig, and Bart Mennink

Leakage Resilience of the ISAP Mode: A Vulgarized Summary
Christoph Dobraunig and Bart Mennink

Practical Forgery Attacks on Limdolen and HERN
Raghvendra Rohit and Guang Gong

Hardware Implementations of NIST Lightweight Cryptographic Candidates: A First Look
Behnaz Rezvani and William Diehl

Slide Attack on CLX-128
Alexandre Mège

Security Proof of mixFeed
Bishwajit Chakraborty and Mridul Nandi

Security Proof of ORANGE-Zest
Bishwajit Chakraborty and Mridul Nandi

ESTATE Authenticated Encryption Mode: Hardware Benchmarking and Security Analysis
Avik Chakraborti, Nilanjan Datta, Ashwin Jha, Cuauhtemoc Mancillas Lopez, Mridul Nandi, Yu Sasaki

LOTUS and LOCUS AEAD: Hardware Benchmarking and Security Analysis
Avik Chakraborti, Nilanjan Datta, Ashwin Jha, Cuauhtemoc Mancillas Lopez, Mridul Nandi, Yu Sasaki

Security Analysis of HyENA Authenticated Encryption Mode
Avik Chakraborti, Nilanjan Datta, Ashwin Jha, Snehal Mitragotri, Mridul Nandi

Benchmarking Software Implementations of 1st Round Candidates of the NIST LWC Project on Microcontrollers
Sebastian Renner, Enrico Pozzobon, Jurgen Mottok

Security Proofs for Oribatida
Arghya Bhattacharjee, Eik List, Cuauhtemoc Mancillas López and Mridul Nandi

What the Fork: Implementation Aspects of a Forkcipher
Antoon Purnal, Elena Andreeva, Arnab Roy, and Damian Vizar

A Practical Forgery Attack on Lilliput-AE
Orr Dunkelman, Nathan Keller, Eran Lambooij, and Yu Sasaki

On the Security of COMET Authenticated Encryption Scheme
Shay Gueron, Ashwin Jha, and Mridul Nandi

Security Proof of Beetle and SpoC
Bishwajit Chakraborty and Ashwin Jha and Mridul Nandi

Ascon v1.2 – Analysis of Security and Efficiency
Christoph Dobraunig, Maria Eichlseder, Florian Mendel and Martin Schläffer

Implementation of three LWC Schemes in the WiFi 4-Way Handshake with Software Defined Radio
Yunjie Yi, Guang Gong and Kalikinkar Mandal

Systematic Testing of Lightweight Cryptographic Implementations
Sydney Pugh, M S Raunak, D. Richard Kuhn, and Raghu Kacker

Cryptanalysis of Internal Keyed Permutation of FlexAEAD
Mostafizar Rahman, Dhiman Saha, Goutam Paul

Forgery on Qameleon and SIV-TEM-PHOTON and SIV-Rijndael256
Nilanjan Datta, Ashwin Jha and Mridul Nandi

Breaking REMUS and TGIF in the light of NIST Lightweight Cryptography Standardization Project
Nilanjan Datta, Ashwin Jha, Alexandre Mège and Mridul Nandi

Updates on Romulus, Remus and TGIF
Tetsu Iwata, Mustafa Khairallah, Kazuhiko Minematsu, and Thomas Peyrin

Distinguishers for Reduced Round Ascon, DryGASCON, and Shamash Permutations
Cihangir Tezcan  

FELICS-AEAD: Benchmarking of Lightweight Authenticated Encryption Algorithms
Luan Cardoso dos Santos, Johann Grobschadl and Alex Biryukov

Will the Future Lightweight Standard be RISC-V Friendly?
Gorkem Nisanci, Remzi Atay, Meltem Kurt Pehlivanoglu, Elif Bilge Kavun and Tolga Yalcin 

A Comprehensive Framework for Fair and Efficient Benchmarking of Hardware Implementations of Lightweight Cryptography
Jens-Peter Kaps, William Diehl, Michael Tempelmeier, Farnoud Farahmand, Ekawat Homsirikamol and Kris Gaj

Benchmarking and Optimizing AES for Lightweight Cryptography on ASICs
Jenny W. Yu and Mark D. Aagaard

An Open-Source Platform for Evaluating Side-Channel Countermeasures in Hardware Implementations of Lightweight Authenticated Ciphers
Abubakr Abdulgadir, William Diehl and Jens-Peter Kaps

Hardware Design and Analysis of the ACE and WAGE Ciphers
Mark D. Aagaard, Marat Sattarov, and Nusa Zidaric

Accepted paper(s) that were not presented at the November 2019 Workshop

Slide Attack on CLX-128

Selected Presentations
November 4, 2019 Type
9:10 AM Update on NIST Lightweight Cryptography Standardization
Meltem Sönmez Turan
Presentation
9:55 AM Lightweight Trusted Computing
Tom Broström
Presentation
11:00 AM Ascon v1.2 – Analysis of Security and Efficiency
Florian Mendel
Presentation
11:25 AM What the Fork: Implementation Aspects of a Forkcipher
Antoon Purnal
Elena Andreeva
Presentation
11:50 AM ESTATE Authenticated Encryption Mode: Hardware Benchmarking and Security Analysis
Avik Chakraborti
Presentation
12:15 PM On the Security of COMET Authenticated Encryption Scheme
Shay Gueron
Presentation
2:00 PM FELICS-AEAD: Benchmarking of Lightweight Authenticated Encryption Algorithms
Luan Cardoso dos Santos
Presentation
2:25 PM FELICS-AE: a framework to benchmark lightweight authenticated block ciphers
Paul Huynh
Presentation
2:50 PM Benchmarking Software Implementations of 1st Round Candidates of the NIST LWC Project on Microcontrollers
Sebastian Renner
Presentation
3:45 PM A Comprehensive Framework for Fair and Efficient Benchmarking of Hardware Implementations of Lightweight Cryptography
Jens-Peter Kaps
Presentation
4:10 PM Will the Future Lightweight Standard be RISC-V Friendly?
Tolga Yalcin
Presentation
November 5, 2019 Type
9:00 AM Forgery on Qameleon and SIV-TEM-PHOTON and SIV-Rijndael256
Mridul Nandi
Presentation
9:20 AM Breaking REMUS and TGIF in the light of NIST Lightweight Cryptography Standardization Project
Mridul Nandi
Presentation
9:40 AM Cryptanalysis of Internal Keyed Permutation of FlexAEAD
Avik Chakraborti
Presentation
10:00 AM Practical Forgery Attacks on Limdolen and HERN
Raghvendra Rohit
Presentation
10:20 AM Distinguishers for Reduced Round Ascon, DryGASCON, and Shamash Permutations
Cihangir Tezcan
Presentation
11:00 AM Does gate count matter? Hardware efficiency of logic-minimization techniques for cryptographic primitives
Leyla Nazhandali
Presentation
11:25 AM Hardware Implementations of NIST Lightweight Cryptographic Candidates: A First Look
Behnaz Rezvani
Presentation
11:50 AM Implementation of three LWC Schemes in the WiFi 4-Way Handshake with Software Defined Radio
Kalikinkar Mandal
Presentation
2:00 PM Cryptography in Industrial Embedded Systems: our experience of needs and constraints
Antony Vennard
Presentation
2:25 PM Open Discussion – Lightweight Cryptography Standardization
John Kelsey
Presentation
3:45 PM Analyzing the Leakage-Resistance of some Round 1 Candidates of the NIST’s Lightweight Crypto Standardization Process
François-Xavier Standaert
Presentation
4:10 PM An Open-Source Platform for Evaluating Side-Channel Countermeasures in Hardware Implementations of Lightweight Authenticated Ciphers
Abubakr Abdulgadir
Presentation
November 6, 2019 Type
9:00 AM Security Proofs for Oribatida
Mridul Nandi
Presentation
9:25 AM Dumbo, Jumbo, and Delirium: Parallel Authenticated Encryption for the Lightweight Circus
Bart Mennink
Presentation
9:50 AM LOTUS and LOCUS AEAD: Hardware Benchmarking and Security Analysis
Avik Chakraborti
Presentation
10:15 AM Updates on Romulus, Remus and TGIF
Kazuhiko Minematsu
Presentation
11:00 AM Security Proof of mixFeed
Mridul Nandi
Presentation
11:25 AM Security Analysis of HyENA Authenticated Encryption Mode
Avik Chakraborti
Presentation
11:50 AM Security Proof of Beetle and SpoC
Mridul Nandi
Presentation
12:15 PM Security Proof of ORANGE-Zest
Mridul Nandi
Presentation
2:00 PM Leakage Resilience of the ISAP Mode: A Vulgarized Summary
Bart Mennink
Presentation
2:25 PM A Practical Forgery Attack on Lilliput-AE
Eran Lambooij
Presentation
2:45 PM Systematic Testing of Lightweight Cryptographic Implementations
Mohammad Raunak
Presentation
3:30 PM NIST Lightweight Cryptography Standardization: Next Steps
Kerry McKay
Presentation

Event Details

Starts: November 04, 2019 - 08:30 AM EST
Ends: November 06, 2019 - 05:00 PM EST
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Format: In-person Type: Workshop

Agenda

Attendance Type: Cleared individuals only
Audience Type: Industry,Government,Academia,Other


Location

NIST Main Campus
Green Auditorium (Administration Building)
Gaithersburg, Maryland

Parent Project

See: Lightweight Cryptography

Related Topics

Security and Privacy: cryptography

Created December 10, 2018, Updated June 22, 2020