The First International Workshop on Hardware Oriented Cybersecurity (HwSec2018), Hanoi, Vietnam

Welcome to the Homepage of The First International Workshop on Hardware Oriented Cybersecurity (HwSec2018), 
December 19-20, 2018, Hanoi, Vietnam.

             In the last decades, integrated circuits (IC) fabrication process and design technologies have developed quickly so that the integration level has reached the number of billions of transistors on a single chip. This would provide a great opportunity for us to implement new applications and processing techniques. ICs are used for consumer applications such as house appliance, telecommunications, transport or entertainment and in critical domains such as military, guidance application, health, banking, etc. Therefore, the issue of safety and of security for information system (including hardware, firmware and software) is becoming emerging, especially in the context of the today orientation forward smart cities and Industrial Revolution 4.0. This workshop aims to open a new forum for experts, researchers and industrial companies to share knowledge, solutions and collaboration opportunities in the field of cybersecurity, especially in hardware oriented security.

Venue: 7th Floor, S1 Building, Le Quy Don Technical University (LQDTU), No. 236 Hoang Quoc Viet Str., Hanoi, Vietnam.
SponsorIEEE CAS Vietnam Chapter, IEEE SSCS Vietnam Chapter.

Committee:

General Co-Chairs: 
Prof. Cong-Kha Pham, The University of Electro-Communications (UEC), Tokyo, Japan
Prof. Xuan-Nam Tran, LQDTU, Vietnam

Program Chair: 
Prof. Van-Phuc Hoang, LQDTU, Vietnam
Prof. Nguyen Ngoc Mai KhanhVLSI Design and Education Center (VDEC), University of Tokyo, Japan

Local Chair: 
Dr. Quang-Kien TrinhLQDTU, Vietnam

International Liaisons:
Prof. Jean-Luc Danger, Telecom ParisTech, France
Prof. Massimo Alioto, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore
Prof. Van-Tam Nguyen, Telecom ParisTech, France and INTEK, Vietnam
Prof. Koichiro Ishibashi, UEC, Japan

Tentative Program:

December 19th, 2018:
8h30 - 9h00: Registration
9h00 - 9h15: Opening
9h15 - 10h15: Keynote 1 - "Towards Resilient IoT System - How to Evaluate Information Leakage", Prof. Kazuo Sakiyama, UEC, Japan
10h15 - 10h30: Coffee Break
10h30 - 11h10: Invited 1 - "Near-Field Magnetic Sensing System for Hardware Security", Prof. Nguyen Ngoc Mai Khanh, Prof. Tetsuya Iizuka & Prof. Kunihiro Asada, VLSI Design and Education Center (VDEC), University of Tokyo, Japan
11h10 -11h30: "IC Design Research Activities at BKIC Laboratory", Prof. Nguyen Duc Minh & Dr. Pham Nguyen Thanh Loan, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam
11h30 -11h50: "Status IC Design Industry in Vietnam", Mr. Nguyen Thanh Yen, FPT FSU11.LSI.

12h00 - 13h30: Lunch Break

13h30 - 14h30: Keynote 2 - "Cyber Physical Security", Dr. Sylvain Guilley (Professor of Telecom ParisTech and CTO of Secure-IC S.A.S., France)
14h30 - 15h30: Tutorial - "Detecting stack overflows and ROPs with hardware-enabled cybersecurity", DrSylvain Guilley (CTO) and Dr. Xuan-Thuy Ngo (Cyber Protection Program Manager)Secure-IC S.A.S., France
15h30 - 15h50: Coffee Break
15h50 -16h20: "Hardware Security Research in Le Quy Don Technical University", Prof. Van-Phuc Hoang, LQDTU, Vietnam
16h20 - 16h50: Invited 2 - "Security Evaluation Based on Power-Estimated Traces", Mr. Duy-Hieu Bui and Prof. Xuan-Tu TranVietnam National University (VNU), Vietnam


December 20th, 2018:

9h00 - 11h00: Technical Session (06 papers * 20 minutes = 120 minutes)
  1. "An Abstraction Model for Differential Fault Analysis on AES"Ryota Hatano and Kazuo Sakiyama, UEC, Japan.
  2. "Nonbinary LDPC Decoders: From Algorithms to Hardware Implementation", Pham Thi Huyen, National Key Laboratories of Information Security.
  3. "Modeling 1-bit Probing Attack on Block Ciphers", Shoji Natsu and Kazuo Sakiyama, UEC, Japan
  4. "Hardware Trojan Threat and Countermeasures", Xuan-Thuy NgoSecure-IC S.A.S., France and Van-Phuc Hoang, LQDTU, Vietnam.
  5. "Ultra-Low Power Cryptographic IP Cores with 65nm SOTB Process", Van-Phuc Hoang, LQDTU, Vietnam and Cong-Kha Pham, UEC, Japan.
  6. "Efficient Montgomery Modular Multiplication on FPGA for Cryptographic Hardware Implementation", Van-Thang Tran, Vietnam Government Information Security Commission (VGISC), Vietnam.
11h00 - 11h10: Closing
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