Someday I will have something intelligent to say about hardware security. Hopefully, someday soon.
Digital System Design and Digital Logic
This three-part series of videos helped me better understand Boolean algebra and Don't Care Conditions:
"Larger logic problems require a systematic approach for solution. Modern integrated circuit chips - for example CPU chips for personal computers - can use millions of logic devices. The sheer magnitude of these designs is a clear sign that a formal approach to the design is needed."
Hardware Security Reading List
- Intellectual Property Protection in VLSI Designs
- Active Hardware Metering for Intellectual Property Protection and Security
- FPGAs for Dummies
- Hardware Metering: A Survey
- A Primer on Hardware Security: Models, Methods, and Metrics
- Synthesis of combinational logic (MIT Exam with answers)
- Physical Attacks on Tamper Resistance: Progress and Lessons
- Tamper resistance and hardware security
- Introduction to Hardware Security and Trust