This summer, The Embedded Systems and Hardware Pentesting classes will return to Black Hat after selling out last year. In addition, as a collaboration with the entire HardwareSecurity.Training crowd, We’re working together to deliver a brand new course targeted to managers and executives that need a survey of the hardware security lanscape. This is in response to feedback from attendees that either needed a higher level perspective of hardware threats, or who needed help explaining to their management chain how and why hardware security is an important topic.
Applied Physical Attacks on Embedded Systems is a 2- to 3-day hands-on workshop covers a series of basic physical attacks that don’t require advanced modification or manipulation of an embedded ARM or MIPS target system. Applied Physical Attacks and Hardware Pentesting is a 2- to 3-day hands-on workshop which expands on the embedded class, incorporating more advanced attacks and fitting hardware into a standard penetration testing workflow. Hardware Attacks, Threats, Risks and Mitigations is a 2-day survey workshop which exposes attendees to the current state of the art in hardware security offense and efence.