Our security experts provide technical tutorials, hands-on workshops, and training seminars with facilitated discussion. Clients use our training to understand security-critical challenges and help project teams transition to new security problems. Training sessions are typically two working days and hosted in various worldwide locations, including our San Francisco office. To view upcoming dates and locations, please view the dropdown menu under ‘workshop.’
|1-Day Workshop Standard Attendee Rate||General – $495, Government employees and contractors – $295|
|1-Day DPA Workstation Customer with a Support Contract||Complimentary|
|1-Day DPA Countermeasures Licensee||Complimentary|
|Scholarships: A limited number of scholarships are available to graduate and recent post-graduate students.||Complimentary|
|2-Day Workshop Standard Attendee Rate||General – $795, Government employees and contractors – $495|
Payment is due before the training. Seating is limited and priority is given to licensees and existing customers. Registration will close when capacity is met. Rambus further reserves the right to cancel the training if less than 3 people have registered for that date. In that case we will refund the money or propose to you a rescheduled training.
Cryptography Concepts and Background
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Side-channel attacks conducted against electronic gear are relatively simple and inexpensive to execute. Such attacks include simple power analysis (SPA) and Differential Power Analysis (DPA). As all physical electronic systems routinely leak information, effective side-channel countermeasures should be implemented at the design stage to ensure protection of sensitive keys and data.
DPA Countermeasures are fundamental techniques for protecting against Differential Power Analysis (DPA) and related side-channel attacks. Consisting of a broad range of software, hardware, and protocol techniques, DPA Countermeasures include reducing leakage, introducing amplitude and temporal noise, balancing hardware and software, incorporating randomness, and implementing protocol level countermeasures.