5-day Hardware Hacking Training
- 16 October 2017 - 20 October 2017
- Hosted By
- H4 Hotel Alexanderplatz
- Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 32, 10178 Berlin, Germany
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Dmitry Nedospasov's Hardware Hacking Training is one the world's leading courses on hardware security. The course is ideally suited for both hardware engineers who wish to better understand potential security issues that may exist in hardware implementations and software security engineers who may lack experience in analyzing hardware and embedded systems. The training teaches participants a unique hybrid hardware/software workflow that is extremely effective for identifying security issues in hardware, embedded devices, automotive and IoT (Internet of Things). Students will be familiarized with the concepts of hardware analysis and have a first-hand chance to build and instrument the analysis of hardware targets using FPGAs.
Students who complete the course will receive the target hardware used during the course, and a certificate of completion. Our trainings in Berlin offer participants a unique opportunity to work with a range of test measurement equipment and use them to perform black box analysis of hardware targets. This includes professional multimeters, logic analyzers and digital storage oscilloscopes. Additionally, Berlin is the only venue where we offer a 5-day format. In the fifth day of the training students will get the opportunity to perform voltage glitching to completely bypass and compromise the security of the device bootloader and extract the device's firmware.
Registration includes lunch and drinks as well as dinner on Thursday during the course.