PSEC-KEM (Provably Secured Elliptic Curve Encryption with Key Encapsulation mechanism) is an algorithm designed by NTT Laboratories, Japan in 1999. PSEC-KEM is provably secured under the computational Diffie-Hellman assumption on the elliptic curves and is an efficient integration of both asymmetric and symmetric key cryptography to provide a secured and integrated solution. This work aims to develop hardware and software designs for the algorithm on FPGAs and standard processors.


  • On Characteristic 2 Fields

  • On Prime Fields

  • PSEC for Side Channel Evaluation

  • Side Channel Evaluation of OEF Implementations

  • Side Channel Evaluation of OEF based Implementations