• Leibo LiuEmail author
  • Bo Wang
  • Shaojun Wei


As a carrier to implement cryptographic algorithms, a cryptographic processor plays an important part in information security applications. With the development of network information technologies and integrated circuit technologies, the requirements for the cryptographic processors are no longer limited to pure computing performance. To support as many cryptographic algorithms and execution modes in the protocols as possible, a cryptographic processor should be flexible enough. To make a balance between performance and power consumption, energy efficiency (performance per watt) becomes a more reasonable metric compared with performance. To fight against increasingly intensive cipher-based physical attacks, security has gone beyond traditional metrics and become the most important one in cryptographic processors. Traditional cryptographic processors including application-specific integrated circuits (ASIC) and instruction set architecture processors (ISAP) cannot make a balance between the three metrics—flexibility, energy efficiency, and security.


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  1. 1.Institute of MicroelectronicsTsinghua UniversityBeijingChina

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