The objective of this group is to discuss hardware/firmware security issues related to IoT, automotive, healthcare, telecom, semiconductor, embedded crypto, and industrial controls systems.
Who should join: (i) Someone interested in hardware and security. (ii) Someone who wants to showcase and discuss their innovative research on attacking and defending hardware. (iii) Someone interested in hardware / embedded systems hacking challenges (CTFs). (iv) Someone interested in learning Low-Level Hardware Reversing, Attacking ARM TrustZone, Embedded Security for Automotive, Integrated Circuits (ICs) Reverse Engineering, Practical Car Hacking, etc.
Hardwear.io Security Training comes back to Berlin early next year! The list of 3-Day Training has got a few brand new additions and updates.
Register before 30th November & avail early bird discount rate: https://hardwear.io/berlin-2020/register.php
(i) Attacking ARM TrustZone by Joffrey Guilbon, Maxime Peterlin, Romain Thomas & Tom Czayka
(ii) Embedded Physical Attacks 101 by Lejla Batina, Kostas Papagiannopoulos & Niels Samwel
(iii) Hunting UEFI Firmware Implants by Alex Matrosov & Alexandre Gazet
(iv) IC Reverse Engineering & Code Dump by Olivier Thomas
More information on training: https://hardwear.io/berlin-2020/training.php