Electromagnetic Emissions as a Source of Risk for Information Safety

A special issue of Safety (ISSN 2313-576X).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 February 2022) | Viewed by 318

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Department of Electromagnetic Compatibility, Laboratory of Military Communication Institute–State Research Institute, Warszawska 22A St., 05-130 Zegrze Poludniowe, Poland
Interests: electromagnetic eavesdropping; TEMPEST; sensitive emission; protection of information; data acquisition; digital image and signal processing
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Department of Electromagnetic Compatibility, Laboratory of Military Communication Institute–State Research Institute, Warszawska 22A St., 05-130 Zegrze Poludniowe, Poland
Interests: signal processing; security; digital image processing; radio communication; wave propagation; electromagnetics; radio propagation; acoustic analysis; antennas; electromagnetic engineering; electromagnetic fields; electromagnetic compatibility; acoustic emission; EMC; EMI; electrostatic discharge; information safety; sources .of valuable emissions; methods of images process; protection of information; acoustic eavesdropping

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

A protection of information in times of widespread use of electronic devices is a huge challenge. There is a lot of talk and writing about cybersecurity. However, this is only one aspect related to the protection of electronically processed information. An important phenomenon accompanying the operation of data processing devices is a formation of an electromagnetic field that is not visible. This field may have features correlated with electrical signals which are the form of processed information. A reception and a recording of such electromagnetic emissions may allow the recovery of data that should be protected. This phenomenon may concern a wide range of electronic devices (personal computers, monitors, printers, projectors, keyboards, faxes, multifunction devices, VoIP terminals, and so on), the use of which may determine our information and health security.

This Special Issue is dedicated to the presentation of various issues that affect the extension of areas of information security in terms of using possibilities of valuable emissions in electromagnetic penetration processes and also in terms of counteraction in the formation of sources of sensitive emissions. 

Particularly interesting are the techniques of non-invasive data acquisition, digital images processing which are reproduced in a rastering process based on recorded signals of valuable emissions, offering protection against electromagnetic eavesdropping processes.

Taking this into account, we would like to invite you to propose novel research in the area of protection of information against electromagnetic penetration that can be efficiently applied both in the military and civilian domain and would be interesting to the wide audience of the prestigious Safety journal.

Prof. Dr. Ireneusz Kubiak
Dr. Andrzej Stanczak
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • TEMPEST
  • electromagnetic field
  • sensitive emission
  • valuable emission
  • reveal emission
  • non-invasive data acquisition
  • electromagnetic eavesdropping
  • optical TEMPEST
  • side channels
  • cybersecurity

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