A Analytical Framework of Cloud Homomorphic Encryption / Cryptographic Logic Obfuscation for Cyber Health Hygiene
Keywords:KEYWORDS: Cloud Encryption, Cryptographic Algorithm, Cyber hygiene, Data at Rest, Homomorphic Encryption, Logic Obfuscation
Hacking and the resulting disaster have become so dangerous that developers and organizations are taking extra precautions to reduce their incidence and impact. A drift is any gap between the code and the cloud. Ad hoc adjustments can, of course, result in environment instability, deployment challenges, unpredictably high costs, and security or compliance gaps. The risk of configuration drift becoming a permanent fixture is one of the most important considerations on this study. One such strategic strategy to mitigate these behaviors and render it unavailable to tracking, interpretation, and use by hackers is logic obfuscation. This study presents two strategies for combating piracy and overbuilding attacks. First, the proposed algorithms, then the logic obfuscation develop to hide the functionality and implementation of a design by inserting gates onto the original design. The attackers can use circuit extraction from the gate-level netlist but they won’t be able to deduce the obfuscated logic functions. As a result, the proposed obfuscation technique in this brief not only resists image processing but also incurs low area and power overhead.