New Course on Hardware Security!
Our training partner, Caspia Technologies has just unveiled a course in the rapidly developing area of hardware security for electronics devices. Electronics devices and systems are deployed into mission critical systems, transportation, financials, and even household appliances. Security and trustworthiness of such systems are of paramount importance. Unfortunately, modern supply chain, distributed design flows, lack of understanding of security and trust concerns by designers, and poor infrastructures for secure design together have resulted in insecure electronics devices and supply chain.
Introducing the ultimate course in hardware security: "Fundamentals of Microelectronics Security: Theory and Applications"! This comprehensive course covers everything you need to know about protecting your hardware and intellectual property from physical and invasive attacks, including topics such as VLSI, test and reliability, cryptographic hardware, FPGA security, and much more. Coming to Santa Clara March 27-29, 2023.
Whether you're a professional in the field of hardware security or just starting out, this course has something for you. With a self-contained curriculum and introductory lectures on the basics of cryptography, authentication, and secret sharing, you'll have all the knowledge you need to succeed.
But that's not all - this course goes beyond the basics to cover the state-of-the-art methods and primitives in hardware security. You'll learn how to integrate security into your hardware designs from the start, rather than as an afterthought, and gain a better understanding of the various attacks that can compromise your hardware and how to defend against them.
Don't let hardware security be an afterthought - take control of your hardware and intellectual property with "Fundamentals of Microelectronics Security: Theory and Applications"!