Semantics, languages and tools for layered attestation


MEMOCODE Paper Accepted

“Design and Formal Verification of a Copland-based Attestation Protocol” by Adam Petz, Grant Jurgensen, and Perry Alexander has been accepted for publication at the MEMOCODE ‘21 conference, Nov 20-22, to be held virtually. This paper introduces a workflow for both analyzing and executing Copland-based attestation protocols in the context of a security architecture. It concludes by instantiating that workflow with a concrete architecture and layered attestation protocol designed for a DARPA CASE demonstration platform that hosts a legacy UAV flight control application. Download a pdf of the paper from the publications page.