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Course Length: 
4 Days
CEUs: 
3.0

Format: Lecture
 

In today’s explosive growth of interconnectivity, the importance of developing of safe and security-hardened embedded systems has never been more critical. In this lecture series, attendees will learn the best design practices for developing both safe and secure embedded systems. This course will dive deep into critical security issues such as embedded crypto and retrofitting security and the use of coding standards, static analysis, and other best practices to increase reliability, safety, and security in embedded devices.

This course is split into two sections. Individual section registration is available.

SECTION I: Best Practices for Designing Secure Embedded Systems

Length: 2 Day
Format: Lecture
CEUs: 1.5

Vulnerabilities in products ranging from medical devices to industrial control systems and automobiles are being exploited by attackers. However, these systems can be hardened by following a variety of best practices. This two-day training gives you the skills to harden your embedded system to prevent vulnerabilities and defend against the most common attacks.

Topics covered in this section include:

  • Threat Assessment
  • Protecting Data at Rest
  • Protecting Data in Motion
  • Defenses in Software

SECTION 2: Best Practices for Designing Safe Embedded Systems

Length: 2 Days
Format: Lecture
CEUs: 1.5

Embedded systems are pervasive: from implantable medical devices to self-driving cars. The risks of human injury are also rising as more embedded systems connect to the internet and each other - becoming open to hacking as well as malfunction.

This course explains several key design techniques that you can employ to develop safer and more reliable embedded systems. Through our consulting with many companies in a range of industries, we are continually surprised that such techniques -- including the techniques you will learn in this course -- are not more widely known and practiced.

In this 2-day section, attendees will learn "what, why and how" of approximately a dozen practical, lightweight techniques for designing safer and more reliable embedded systems. We will focus on minimizing hazards and malfunctions though a combination of lightweight, demonstrably-effective design techniques. Architectural, process and cultural aspects will also be covered.

Series Prerequisites

Attendees should have prior experience in the design of one or more embedded systems.

Upcoming Sessions

Date(s) Location Regular Price Early Registration Price Register
May 22 to May 25
Best Practices for Designing Safe & Secure Embedded Systems
Germantown, Maryland, United States $2,199.00 $1,899.00
May 22 to May 23
Best Practices for Designing Safe & Secure Embedded Systems (SAFETY SECTION ONLY)
Germantown, Maryland, United States $1,599.00 $1,299.00
May 24 to May 25
Best Practices for Designing Safe & Secure Embedded Systems (SECURITY SECTION ONLY)
Germantown, Maryland, United States $1,599.00 $1,299.00
Jun 19 to Jun 22
Best Practices for Designing Safe & Secure Embedded Systems
Munich, Bayern, Germany 2499,00 € 2199,00 €
Jun 19 to Jun 20
Best Practices for Designing Safe & Secure Embedded Systems (SAFETY SECTION ONLY)
Munich, Bayern, Germany 1799,00 € 1499,00 €
Jun 21 to Jun 22
Best Practices for Designing Safe & Secure Embedded Systems (SECURITY SECTION ONLY)
Munich, Bayern, Germany 1799,00 € 1499,00 €

Find out More

Contact Us to find out more about this course or to enquire about an on-site training at your company.

Recording Policy

All Barr Group Training Public and On-site courses may not be videotaped or photographed without consent from Barr Group's executive team.