Secure platform for ICT systems rooted at the silicon manufacturing process. SPIRS

Logo proyecto SPIRSOur society is continuously demanding more and more intelligent devices, along with network infrastructures and distributed services that make our daily lives more comfortably. However, the frantic adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies has led to widespread implementations without a deep analysis about security matters.

This project encompasses the complete design of a platform, so-called SPIRS platform, which integrates a hardware dedicated Root of Trust (RoT) and a processor core with the capability of offering a full suite of security services. Furthermore, the SPIRS platform will be able to leverage this capability to support privacy-respectful attestation mechanisms and enable trusted communication channels across 5G infrastructures.

RoT is implemented in hardware with a dedicated circuitry to extract a unique digital identifier for the SPIRS platform during its entire lifetime. To build a complete solution, the project also features a Trusted Execution Environment (TEE), secure boot, and runtime integrity. Furthermore, resilience and privacy protection are major concerns in this project, and it endeavors to the design of a decentralized trust management framework targeted to minimize the impact of Single Point of Failure (SPOF) risks and achieve adequate security and privacy tradeoffs. To facilitate the tasks of validation and testing, SPIRS platform is conceived as an open platform that can easily integrate other building blocks and facilities upgrades.

The project goes beyond the construction of the SPIRS platform and it provides solutions to integrate it in the deployment of cryptographic protocols and network infrastructures in a trustworthy way, leveraging the RoT provided by the platform.

To validate SPIRS results, the project considers two different scenarios: Industry 4.0 and 5G Technologies.

Libros y Capítulos de Libro
GiCSI About the FrodoKEM lattice-based algorithm
M. A. González de la Torre, L. Hernández Encinas and A. Queiruga Dios
Proc. VII Jornadas Nacionales de Investigación en Ciberseguridad (JNIC'2022), 253-256, J. M. de Fuentes, L. González, J. C. Sancho, A. Ayerbe and M. L. Escalante (Eds.), Bilbao, June 27-29, 2022
ISBN: 978-84-88734-13-6
Congresos y reuniones, conferencias
GiCSI El alto precio de lo gratuito. 10 motivos para (pre)ocuparnos de nuestra privacidad en Internet

Ponente: David Arroyo Guardeño

Jueves, 28 de abril de 2022, 18:00 horas.

Centro Cultural Valdebernardo

C/ Indalecio Prieto, 21 • Madrid

GiCSI Workshop on Beyond the promises of web3.0: foundations and challenges of trust decentralization (WEB3-TRUST)
Organización de congresos

Workshop organizado por David Arroyo (ITEFI-CSIC, España) y Jesús Díaz Vico (IOHK, EE.UU.)
L'Aquila (Italy) – Hybrid. Del 13 al 15 de julio de 2022

Deadline: 22 de abril de 2022

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Entidades participantes en el proyecto

Coordinador: Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)

NEC Laboratories Europe GMBH (Alemania), Universidad de Sevilla (España), Instituto de Tecnologías Físicas y de la Información "Leonardo Torres Quevedo" (España), Telefónica Investigación y Desarrollo, S.A. (España), Instituto de Microelectrónica de Sevilla (España), Commissariat A L'Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives (Francia), Thales Dis Design Services SAS (Francia), Next SRL (Italia), Fondazione Links - Leading Innovation & Knowledge for Society (Italia), Politecnico di Torino (Italia), Tampereen Korkeakoulusaatio SR (Finlandia).