I am a security analyst at Riscure B.V. in the Netherlands. Previously, I was at the French Institute for Computer Science (INRIA), specificaly at the High Security Laboratory. I was in charge of developing a new platform dedicated to fault injection through clock glitches. I received my PhD from the University of Montpellier in October 2018, and my MSc from the Pierre and Marie Curie University (now Sorbonne Universités).
My research interests include fault injection, side-channel attack, embedded systems and computer architecture.
PhD in Computer Science, 2018
MSc in Computer Science, 2015
La Sorbonne University
BSc in Computer Science, 2013
Fault injection is a well-known method to physically attack embedded systems, microcontrollers in particular. It aims to find and exploit vulnerabilities in the hardware to induce malfunction in the software and eventually bypass software security or retrieve sensitive information. We propose a low-cost platform called TRAITOR inducing faults with clock glitches with the capacity to inject numerous and precise bursts of faults. From an evaluation point of view, this platform allows easier and cheaper investigations over complex attacks than costly EMI benches or laser probes.