Find below all the upcoming events where you can find Riscurians. If you have questions about Riscure's participation and role at these events, feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
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Virtual Student Event
Are you a student at the security-related program at the university? Are you interested in joining the international leading security lab? Riscure invites students to join the virtual event. During the 2.5 hours, you will meet the security experts who will give you a sneak peek into the security industry, how the theory meets the practice, as well as provide some insight details into security topics.
Secure Coding Explained
Join Riscure in the series of free virtual events dedicated to Secure Coding topics. The series consists of three separate webinars about Secure Coding and Fault Injection covering theory, real-life examples of attacks, and a demonstration of Riscure products.
Fault Injection Crash Course
This crash course includes Riscure's expertise on global innovations and practices in the area of Fault Injection, IoT protection, security of embedded systems. Using our market leading hardware and software products, we provide the in-depth knowledge and demonstrate our tools.
Riscure Hybrid Workshop 2020
Riscure Workshop is the annual event by Riscure, the leading provider of connected device security tools, services, and training. Learn more about the latest developments in embedded and hardware security with the leading security lab!
In this webcast, Giovanni Camurati from EURECOM covers the topic of the novel side-channel vector “Screaming Channels,” which happens when TEMPEST attacks meet side-channel and wireless security.
Hardware Security Threats
Join Riscure and Alec Summers from MITRE in the discussion of their view on the risks and updates on the CWE hardware database
Security for the Second Wave of Semiconductor Live Panel
Join Riscure in Partnership with Tortuga Logic and Micron to compile the best in the business for a discussion to address the Hardware Security Development Lifecycle from Pre to Post-Silicon.
If you weren't able to explore our Virtual Education Hub yet, click the link to discover how to use Riscure’s tools for performing (or defending against) Black-box Evaluations, Side Channel Analysis implementations, Differential Fault Analysis methods, and more.
Embedded World 2021
Learn more about the value of high-level security certifications in the IoT market at the Embedded World 2021 roundtable of Bernie Rietkerken, Sr. Sales and Business Development Manager at Riscure, and Mike Dow, Sr. Product Manager – IoT Security, from Silicon Labs.
Black Box Evaluations
In this webcast Riscure team demonstrates how to conduct black box evaluations, which are in fact possible with limited or zero knowledge of device features. Discover common methods for these evaluations founded on the cutting-edge research.
The “Art of Academia” Webinar
New academic research is frequently being published in the domain of Side Channel Analysis (SCA/DPA) and Fault Injection (FI/FIA), both of which are our specialty! In this Riscure webinar, our experts and guest speakers discuss cutting-edge academic research in the security industry.
Hardware Security - Back to the future
Would you like to know more about the most common hardware security threats and how to address them? Join our Vice President of Global Services Sales and Business Development, Pascal van Gimst, at the 2021 International Symposium on VLSI Technology, Systems, and Applications.
New Automotive Regulation Fireside Chat: What it really means for the industry
In this fire chat Riscure's Jasmina Omic, Pruct Manager of Services and Andrew Till, Trustonic’s General Manager of Automotive discuss the complexity of certifications in the Automotive industry. They also share practical advice and insights.
Glitching the KeepKey hardware wallet
KeepKey is a hardware wallet based on STM32F205 MCU which is used to protect private keys of multiple cryptocurrencies. The signing operations are protected by the PIN implemented on the device and no one without PIN, even with physical access to the device, is supposed to be able to use the device. Fault attacks rely on the weakness of hardware and allow an attacker, who got access to the device (stolen device) to bypass the security features. In this article we show an attack on unmodified KeepKey hardware wallet, by using electro-magnetic fault injection.
Understanding black-box internals
The speaker introduces a novel approach to deep exploration of black-box targets such as embedded devices by means of power analysis. The method does not require profiling and allows a researcher to identify unique execution paths of the software, reveal the device, and detect vulnerabilities. The first couple of minutes are not in English, but the translation will start shortly after the start.