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Course Length: 
2 Days
CEUs: 
1.5

The development of security-hardened embedded systems is a challenge. Vulnerabilities in products ranging from medical devices to industrial control systems and automobiles are being exploited by attackers. However, these systems can be (re)secured by following a variety of best practices.

This in-depth two-day training gives you the skills to harden your embedded system to prevent vulnerabilities and detect the most popular types of attacks.

Audience

  • Embedded systems designers
  • Technical managers

Outline

The following outline is provided as a summary of the major course topics and should not be taken as literally the section-by-subsection lecture breakdown.

  • Introduction
    • A Brief History of Embedded Systems Attacks
    • Uniquely Embedded Concerns
    • Reliability as Security
    • Weakest Link Principle
    • Proper Role of Obscurity
    • Sources of Entropy
  • Threat Assessment
    • Attackers and Assets
    • Attack Surface
    • Attack Trees
    • Security Policy
  • Protecting Data at Rest
    • Introduction
    • Block Ciphers
    • Cipher Modes
    • Hashes
    • Message Authentication Codes
  • Protecting Data in Motion
    • Public-Key Cryptography
    • Secure Protocols
    • SSL/TLS
    • Other Considerations
  • Defenses in Software
    • Common Firmware Vulnerabilities
    • Defensive Software Architectures
    • Defensive Hardware Interfacing
  • Wrap-up and Discussion

Prerequisites

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

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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.