Optimization of Message Encryption for Real-Time Applications in Embedded Systems
IEEE Transactions on Computers
Today, security can no longer be treated as a secondary issue in embedded and cyber-physical systems. Therefore, one of the main challenges in these domains is the design of secure embedded systems under stringent resource constraints and real-time requirements. However, there exists an inherent trade-off between the security protection provided and the amount of resources allocated for this purpose. That is, the more the amount of resources used for security, the higher the security, but the fewer the number of applications which can be run on the platform and meet their timing requirements. This trade-off is of high importance since embedded systems are often highly resource constrained. In this paper, we propose an efficient solution to maximize confidentiality, while also guaranteeing the timing requirements of real-time applications on shared platforms.
[AEP17] Amir Aminifar, Petru Eles, Zebo Peng, "Optimization of Message Encryption for Real-Time Applications in Embedded Systems", IEEE Transactions on Computers