Hardware Security Training (Hardwear.io) USA

April 27th, 2020
O'Reilly Media | California, Santa Clara
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 April 27th, 2020 - May 1st, 2020 

Hardware Security Training (Hardwear.io) USA

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Event submitted on Monday, January 13th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva

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April 27th, 2020 - May 1st, 2020
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This event is a must-attend for all those working or who work with IoT devices on scale.

- Review written by Henry Dalziel on Monday, January 13th 2020.
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CANCELED: Unfortunately, due to Coronavirus, this event has been canceled.

In the age of automation with billions of connected devices around the world, hardware security plays a major role in enabling trust in the core components and technology of automation.

There is a present need to create a platform for organizations and hardware security researchers to brainstorm on securing and breaking hardware.

With that in mind, somewhere in the mid of 2014, between all the concerns and news surrounding trust and backdoors in hardware equipment, Hardwear was conceptualized to provide the security and IT community with a platform to solve and discuss issues pertaining to hardware security.

Hardwear.io was created to provide the Hardware & Security community with a place to solve and discuss issues pertaining to hardware security. One of the main objectives of the conference revolves around key concerns in firmware, hardware, and related protocols (i.e. backdoors, trust, exploits, and attacks).

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