Reconfigurable Security (poster)
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The goal of the Reconfigurable Security project is to devise a run-time management system that will provide for the provable adaptable compartmentalization within reconfigurable devices such as FPGAs. This research, which NPS is conducting in conjunction with UCSB, will result in a foundation from which future security work in reconfigurable devices can proceed.
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