In this research, we intend to develop SecureCore, a secure and reliable multicore architecture solution to the security vulnerability of Safety-Critical Systems. We specifically entrust Secure Core in a multicore environment with the role of 1) intrusion monitoring and 2) reliable remedy for an intrusion upon detection. Secure Core will be designed in such a way that it has one way observability and controllability to the rest of the cores but not vice versa. We aim to detect malicious activities by analyzing and observing the inherent properties of the real-time system using analyses of their execution profiles.
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- Man-Ki Yoon, Mihai Christodorescu, Lui Sha, Sibin Mohan, “The DragonBeam Framework: Hardware-Protected Security Modules for In-Place Intrusion Detection,” in Proceedings of the 9th ACM International Systems and Storage Conference (SYSTOR 2016), Jun. 2016.
- Man-Ki Yoon, Sibin Mohan, Jaesik Choi, Lui Sha, “Memory Heat Map: Anomaly Detection in Real-Time Embedded Systems Using Memory Behavior,” in Proceedings of the 52nd ACM/EDAC/IEEE Design Automation Conference (DAC 2015), Jun. 2015
- Man-Ki Yoon, Sibin Mohan, Jaesik Choi, Jung-Eun Kim, Lui Sha, “SecureCore: A Multicore-based Intrusion Detection Architecture for Real-Time Embedded Systems,” in Proceedings of the 19th IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium (RTAS 2013), Apr. 2013. [slide]