Project deliverable Open Access
Martin DEUTSCHMANN; Sandra LATTACHER; Jeroen DELVAUX; Vladimir ROZIC; Bohan YANG; Dave SINGELEE; Lilian BOSSUET; Viktor FISCHER; Ugo MUREDDU; Oto PETURA; Alexandre ANZALA YAMAJAKO; Bernard KASSER; Gerard BATTUM
This report represents the final version of Deliverable 2.1 of the HECTOR work package WP2. It is a result of discussions and work on Task 2.1 of all HECTOR partners involved in WP2. The aim of the Deliverable 2.1 is to select principles of random number generators (RNGs) and physical unclonable functions (PUFs) that fulfill strict technology, design and security criteria. For example, the selected RNGs must be suitable for implementation in logic devices according to the German AIS20/31 standard. Correspondingly, the selected PUFs must be suitable for applying similar security approach. A standard PUF evaluation approach does not exist, yet, but it should be proposed in the framework of the project. Selected RNGs and PUFs should be then thoroughly evaluated from the point of view of security and the most suitable principles should be implemented in logic devices, such as Field Programmable Logic Arrays (FPGAs) and Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) during the next phases of the project.