Energy Chip Architecture Invented By Indian Scientist To Help Protect IoTadmin
India is on the verge of developing various IoT devices. It is reported that India will soon be developing low-energy security chips that are typically designed to protect devices and IoT from other side-channel attacks. The side-channel attacks have relatively poor security. SCA is used on various devices to bring out information such as on smartwatches it is used to calculate and grasp the heartbeat of a user. They are also used in Cryptography.
In side-channel attacks, hackers and other malicious sites can use a device’s sensors, processors, and other components to extract information from a system or, even worse, perform actions on behalf of the system’s owner. It is seen that most of the side-channel attacks are done to take out confidential information and to attack major websites.
An innovative approach has been developed in order to combat the attacks. The energy chip architecture has been developed by a scientist at MIT to protect the Internet of things. The design was shown at an event and it will have innumerable benefits as it can be attached to everything such as smartwatches as well as monitoring systems.
The installation would be relatively costlier and consumption would also be more. However, there is improvement going on in the invention to bring more development and make the project viable.