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  • SPQR — Michigan EECS
    News Events Seminars Jobs About the SPQR Group The Security and Privacy Research Group at the University of Michigan consists of over a dozen energetic people working broadly on research problems pertaining to trustworthy computing We explore the research frontiers of computer science electrical computer engineering and healthcare Our latest project examines the susceptibility of analog sensors to electromagnetic interference signal injection attacks Related Initiatives RFID Consortium for Security and

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  • SPQR — Michigan EECS
    Research Blog Vishal Joshi Research Blog Noah Klugman Research Blog Thomas Lovett Research Blog Adam Norton Research Blog Katarzyna Kasia Olejnik Research Blog Michael Rushanan Research Blog Joel Van Der Woude Research Blog Jiayou Wei Research Blog Tingyi Wei Research Blog Staff Jessica Patterson Steve Reger Visitors and Affiliates Prof Wayne Burleson UMass Amherst Phil Lapsley Prof Dr Ing Christof Paar Ruhr Universitat Bochum Prof Wenyuan Xu Univ South Carolina

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  • SPQR — Michigan EECS — Publications
    version of this page Chapter in Ph D thesis In Tech report bibtex paper slides poster poster poster conference workshop tech report demo video demo details extended paper HTML PS journal RISKS Springer code TGZ licensing video video webcast photos

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  • SPQR — Michigan EECS
    Privacy for Healthcare and Medicine IMD Shield Securing Implantable Medical Devices Strategic Healthcare IT Advanced Research Projects on Security SHARPS Ann Arbor Center for Medical Device Security Archimedes GhostTalk Mitigating Electromagnetic Interference Signal Injection Attacks against Analog Sensors Probabilistic Computing RFID Scale and Low Power Computation Ekho Bridging the Gap Between Simulation and Reality in Tiny Energy Harvesting Sensors TARDIS Time and Remanence Decay in SRAM Half Wits Probabilistic Storage

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  • SPQR — Michigan EECS
    on RFID Security and Privacy Consumer Reports features SPQR Lab research on RFID credit cards Gift of differential power analysis workstation from Cryptography Research IEEE Spectrum covers Half Wits paper for low power embedded flash memory Kevin Fu elevated to ACM Senior Member Wayne Burleson and Christof Paar elevated to IEEE Fellow 15M Security of Healthcare IT grant awarded by DHHS Shane Clark receives 3 year NSF Graduate Research Fellowship 1 17M Transportation Payments Security Privacy grant awarded by NSF 450K MRI grant for an RFID Testbed awarded by NSF CAREER grant awarded by NSF Ben Ransford receives 3 year NSF Graduate Research Fellowship 450K Cyber Trust grant on Improving S P in Pervasive Healthcare awarded by NSF Kevin Fu named MIT Technology Review TR35 Innovator of the Year Kevin Fu receives Sloan Research Fellowship The ITPS workshop brought together academic industrial and government participants to brainstorm how to improve security and privacy of integrated payment systems for transportation IEEE Spectrum interviews Prof Wayne Burleson and Dan Holcomb on using the contents of uninitialized SRAM to generate randomness and an identifying fingerprint on future RFID tags Prof Wayne Burleson and Dr Ari Juels are collaborating with Prof Dennis Goeckel and Prof Robert Jackson of the UMass Wireless Center on a new project entitled Ultra Wideband Radio for Low Power Security The project was recently awarded a 200 000 grant from the NSF Cyber Trust program Prof Kevin Fu explained the challenges for security and privacy of contactless credit cards NFC phones and chip and pin to attendees at the 2008 Payments Conference organized by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Outstanding Paper Award at the 29th Annual IEEE Symposium on Security Privacy for the paper entitled Pacemakers and implantable cardiac defibrillators Software radio attacks and zero power defenses An implantable

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  • SPQR — Michigan EECS
    voltages October 22 2013 Colleen Swanson Combinatorial Solutions for the Generalized Russian Cards Problem June 14 2013 Francesco Regazzoni Towards Automatic Application of Power Analysis Countermeasures June 29 2011 Samuel T King Trust and Protection in the Illinois Browser Operating System March 24 2011 Gary McGraw Attack Trends 2011 Why Software Security April 28 2011 Wenyuan Xu Analyzing the Security and Privacy Vulnerability of Emerging Wireless Networks via Software Defined

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  • SPQR — Michigan EECS
    of Michigan Home People Publications Projects News Events Seminars Jobs Jobs Graduate Student Research Assistant apply via CSE by December 15 Postdoctoral Research Associate position filled Undergraduate Researcher no positions

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  • EMI and Signal Injection
    chosen electromagnetic waveforms On the victim s receiving circuit it is then hard to determine if a waveform on its conducting traces is due to the real signal or an induced chosen waveform As a result the sensor readings may not reflect the actual physical parameter being measured and this may affect the decision making process The EMI signal injection attacks can happen in two ways First the chosen signal can be at the same frequency as the physical parameter the sensing circuit is designed to measure as illustrated in the middle row in the figure In the devices we studied those frequencies are in the Very Low Frequency VLF and Extremely Low Frequency ELF range of the electromagnetic spectrum with corresponding wavelengths in the order of several kilometers or more The mismatch between the victim s circuit size and the wavelength can be compensated with increased power The second way to inject a signal if low pass filters are not used is to send the chosen waveform combined with a high frequency carrier as shown in the bottom row of the figure The components inside the sensing circuit can demodulate the signal if the carrier is chosen carefully Our defenses include monitoring the surrounding electromagnetic fields for conditions that could support EMI signal injection and developing system level probes to determine the trustworthiness of the incoming signal Videos Injection of voice signals Injection of DTMF signals Publications Note There is also a flat no Javascript version of this page Chapter in Ph D thesis In Tech report bibtex paper slides poster poster poster conference workshop tech report demo video demo details extended paper HTML PS journal RISKS Springer code TGZ licensing video video webcast photos Microsoft Research New York Times Wall Street Journal NPR IEEE Spectrum Boston Globe Medgadget

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