Lightweight Cryptography Workshop 2020

NIST hosted the Fourth Lightweight Cryptography Workshop (virtual) on October 19-21, 2020, to discuss various aspects of the second-round candidates and to obtain valuable feedback for the selection of the finalists. 

Call for Papers

Agenda includes webcast links

On-Demand Webcast

Q&A Logs

Current and Future Efforts in Benchmarking NIST LWC Ciphers
Sebastian Renner, Enrico Pozzobon, and Jürgen Mottok

Fixslicing - Application to Some NIST LWC Round 2 Candidates
Alexandre Adomnicai and Thomas Peyrin

A Detailed Report on the Overhead of Hardware APIs for Lightweight Cryptography
Patrick Karl and Michael Tempelmeier

LWC Use Cases: External Memory Encryption
Sebastien Riou

On the Security Margin of TinyJAMBU with Refined Differential and Linear Cryptanalysis
Dhiman Saha, Yu Sasaki, Danping Shi, Ferdinand Sibleyras, Siwei Sun, and Yingjie Zhang

Toolchain for Timing Leakage Analysis of NIST Lightweight Crypto Candidates
Adam Blatchley Hansen, Eske Hoy Nielsen, and Morten Eskildsen

Cryptanalysis of the Permutation Based Algorithm SpoC
Liliya Kraleva, Raluca Posteuca, and Vincent Rijmen

Updates on Elephant
Tim Beyne, Yu Long Chen, Christoph Dobraunig, and Bart Mennink

Update on Ascon Implementations
Christoph Dobraunig, Maria Eichlseder, Florian Mendel, and Martin Schläffer

Protected Hardware Implementation of WAGE
Yunsi Fei, Guang Gong, Cheng Gongye, Kalikinkar Mandal, Raghvendra Rohit, Tianhong Xu, Yunjie Yi, and Nusa Zidaric

Updates on the Implementation Security of ISAP
Christoph Dobraunig, Maria Eichlseder, Stefan Mangard, Florian Mendel, Bart Mennink, Robert Primas, and Thomas Unterluggauer

Active and Passive Side-Channel Key Recovery Attacks on Ascon
Keyvan Ramezanpour, Abubakr Abdulgadir, William Diehl, Jens-Peter Kaps, and Paul Ampadu

Can LWC and PEC be Friends?: Evaluating Lightweight Ciphers in Privacy-enhancing Cryptography
Kalikinkar Mandal and Guang Gong

New Results and Insights on ForkAE
Elena Andreeva, Arne Deprez, Jowan Pittevils, Arnab Roy, Amit Singh Bhati, and Damian Vizár

Structural Classification of Authenticated Encryption Schemes
Avik Chakraborti, Nilanjan Datta, Ashwin Jha, and Mridul Nandi

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

Security Analysis of KNOT-AEAD and KNOT-Hash
Wentao Zhang, Tianyou Ding, Chunning Zhou, and Fulei Ji

New Results on Romulus
Tetsu Iwata, Mustafa Khairallah, Kazuhiko Minematsu, and Thomas Peyrin

FPGA Benchmarking of Round 2 Candidates in the NIST Lightweight Cryptography Standardization Process: Methodology, Metrics, Tools, and Results
Kamyar Mohajerani, Richard Haeussler, Rishub Nagpal, Farnoud Farahmand, Abubakr Abdulgadir, Jens-Peter Kaps, and Kris Gaj

Secure and Efficient Masking of Lightweight Ciphers in Software and Hardware (with Application to the Spook AEAD)
Olivier Brochain, Gaëtan Cassiers, François-Xavier Standaert

AET-LR: Rate-1 Leakage-Resilient AEAD based on the Romulus Family
Chun Guo, Mustafa Khairallah, and Thomas Peyrin

Performance Evaluation of Cryptographic Permutations for the Internet of Things
Luan Cardoso dos Santos and Johann Großschädl

Parallel Synchronous Code Generation for Second Round Light Weight Candidates
Pantea Kiaei, Archanaa S. Krishnan, and Patrick Schaumont

 

Selected Presentations
October 19, 2020 Type
11:10 AM Towards the Selection of the Finalists
Kerry McKay - NIST

Presentation
11:30 AM Benchmarking Round 2 Candidates on Microcontrollers
Çağdaş Çalık - NIST

Presentation
11:50 AM Classification of AEAD
Avik Chakraborti

Presentation
1:00 PM Revisiting the Security of COMET Authenticated Encryption Scheme
Mridul Nandi - Indian Statistical Institute

Presentation
1:20 PM New Results and Insighs on ForkAE
Damian Vizár - CSEM

Presentation
1:40 PM Security Analysis of KNOT-AEAD and KNOT-Hash
Wentao Zhang - Institute of Information Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Presentation
2:00 PM Updates on Elephant
Tim Beyne - KU Leuven

Presentation
2:20 PM New Results on Romulus
Thomas Peyrin - Nanyang Technological University

Presentation
2:40 PM AET-LR: Rate-1 Leakage-Resilient AEAD based on the Romulus Family
Mustafa Khairallah - Nanyang Technological University

Presentation
October 20, 2020 Type
11:00 AM LWC Use Cases - External Memory Encryption
Sebastian Riou - Tiempo-Secure

Presentation
11:20 AM Can LWC and PEC be Friends?: Evaluating Lightweight Ciphers in Privacy-enhancing Cryptography
Kalikinkar Mandal - University of New Brunswick

Presentation
11:40 AM On the Security Margin of TinyJAMBU with Refined Differential and Linear Cryptanalysis
Dhiman Saha - Indian Institute of Technology Bhilai

Presentation
12:00 PM Cryptanalysis of the Permutation Based Algorithm SpoC
Liliya Kraleva - KU Leuven

Presentation
1:00 PM Current and Future Efforts in Benchmarking NIST LWC Ciphers
Sebastian Renner - OTH Regensburg

Presentation
1:20 PM Fixslicing - Application to Some NIST LWC Round 2 Candidates
Alexandre Adomnicai - Nanyang Technological University

Presentation
1:40 PM A Detailed Report on the Overhead of Hardware APIs for Lightweight Cryptography
Patrick Karl - Technical University of Munich

Presentation
2:00 PM FPGA Benchmarking of Round 2 Candidates in the NIST Lightweight Cryptography Standardization Process: Methodology, Metrics, Tools, and Results
Jens-Peter Kaps - George Mason University

Kris Gaj - George Mason University

Presentation
2:20 PM Parallel Synchronous Code Generation for Second Round Light Weight Candidates
Kiaei Pantea - Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Presentation
October 21, 2020 Type
11:00 AM Update on Ascon Implementations
Martin Schläffer - Infineon Technologies AG, Germany

Presentation
11:20 AM On Implementation Security and ISAP v2.0
Robert Primas - Graz University of Technology

Presentation
11:40 AM Active and Passive Side-Channel Key Recovery Attacks on Ascon
Keyvan Ramezanpour - Virginia Tech

Presentation
12:00 PM An Evaluation of the Multi-Platform Efficiency of Lightweight Cryptographic Permutations
Johann Großschädl - University of Luxembourg

Presentation
1:00 PM Secure and Efficient Masking of Lightweight Ciphers in Software and Hardware (with Application to the Spook AEAD)
Gaëtan Cassiers - UCLouvain

Presentation
1:20 PM Protected Hardware Implementation of WAGE
Nusa Zidaric - University of Waterloo

Presentation
1:40 PM Toolchain for Timing Leakage Analysis of NIST Lightweight Crypto Candidates
Adam Hansen - Aarhus University

Presentation
2:00 PM Open Discussion - NIST Lightweight Cryptography Standardization Process
Meltem Sönmez Turan

Presentation

Event Details

Starts: October 19, 2020 - 11:00 AM EST
Ends: October 21, 2020 - 03:00 PM EST

Format: Virtual Type: Workshop

Agenda

Attendance Type: Open to public
Audience Type: Industry,Government,Academia,Other


Location

Virtual

Parent Project

See: Lightweight Cryptography

Related Topics

Security and Privacy: cryptography

Created July 27, 2020, Updated November 04, 2020