Helena Handschuh, Security Technologies Fellow, will be participating in a hardwear.io panel session titled, “What Makes a Proactive Hardware Security Program Successful?” on July 1st at 5:45pm CEST.
Abstract: Due to growing security concerns and real hardware vulnerabilities in the IoT, Automotive, Datacenter, and Aerospace/Defense markets, today’s defensive security stack must now include hardware to ensure secure electronic products. Many companies are tackling this by building a proactive security program as part of the hardware and semiconductor design process to detect weaknesses early in the design lifecycle.
This panel will discuss the importance of addressing these pre-silicon security weaknesses and share insights and best practices on building a security program to cover the entire development lifecycle from block to system level, including software.
This session will help attendees:
- Understand where hardware security vulnerabilities may occur
- Identify gaps in their current efforts to identify and mitigate security vulnerabilities
- Learn key steps to implementing a systematic approach to improve hardware security assurance during pre-silicon development
Hardwear.io Security Conference is a platform for hardware and security community where researchers showcase and discuss their innovative research on attacking and defending hardware. To learn more about the panel and register, visit https://hardwear.io/webinar/what-makes-proactive-hardware-security-program-successful.php.