Trusted and Secure Computing
In this two-week lecture, the participants will be introduced to essential concepts in the domain of secure, trusted, and trustworthy computing. The focus is particularly on hardware-based security architectures in different settings like server, network, cloud, or embedded device security. Examples for such hardware security primitives are Trusted Platform Modules, Intel SGX, or ARM TrustZone. In addition to the lecture, the participants should gather some hands-on experience with these technologies through two compact projects (one TPM based, one about hardware-isolated execution environments) and thus provides a perfect opportunity to understand hardware-based security architectures more deeply in theory and practice. Based on this experience, the participants should be additionally enabled to discuss and evaluate state-of-the-art research solutions in this domain.
The course will offered as a two weeks block course at the end of the summer term 2017, between Sep 11 and Sep 22.
The endterm exam will take place Fri, 29.09.2017, in E1.3 HS001 from 14:00-16:00 (s.t.).
The backup exam will take place Fri, 13.10.2017, in E1.3 HS002 from 14:00-16:00 (s.t.).
The endterm exam inspection will take place Wed, 04.10.2017, in E9.1 room 0.07 from 16:00-17:00 (s.t.).