Electromagnetic Fault Injection Made Easy with PicoEMPStatus: Available Now
Electromagnetic Fault Injection (EMFI) is a powerful method of injecting "faults" into devices, which can be used for both security and safety evaluations. Various platforms for EMFI exist (including the ChipSHOUTER tool Colin has designed), but they are often overkill when it comes to performing basic work or trying to get started with EMFI. This talk introduces the PicoEMP, a low-cost EMFI tool Colin designed and released as open-source hardware. Coverage of the theory behind EMFI along with how to build your own PicoEMP will be covered, including some recent examples of real-world usage.
Live Q&A - Electromagnetic Fault Injection Made Easy with PicoEMPStatus: Available Now
Live Q&A with Colin O'Flynn for the theatre talk titled Electromagnetic Fault Injection Made Easy with PicoEMP
The $5 Wrench: Realistic Embedded Security ThreatsStatus: Available Now
Blockchain. Secure Boot. E-Fuse. ECDSA. Secure Manufacturing. When it comes time to ship your product you'll hear all sorts of comforting words like this - but when it comes time for attackers to steal your IP, they will ignore about 95% of them. This talk will discuss some recent attacks & show you where they fall in terms of realism. It will then show you how to recreate some of them, which is useful in understanding how to protect your own products. It will also discuss products that have shown to be vulnerable, and how you can still use these products without totally redesigning your product.
Live Q&A - The $5 Wrench: Realistic Embedded Security ThreatsStatus: Available Now
Live Q&A with Colin O'Flynn for the talk titled The $5 Wrench: Realistic Embedded Security Threats
Hardware Hacking: Hands-On (2020)Status: Available Now
Designers releasing embedded devices need to understand what sort of hardware attacks they will face in the field. We will discuss how two different types of advanced attacks work: side channel power analysis and fault injection. Not limited to theory, we will demonstrate how they are used in practice and work through real products the attacks have been used on. Low-cost tools and open-source material will be highlighted, so the attendee can learn more details & even perform these attacks themselves.
Live Discussion - Hardware Hacking: Hands-On (2020)Status: Available Now
This is your chance to chat with Colin O'Flynn about Hardware Hacking
Make sure to watch Colin's talk: https://www.embeddedonlineconference.com/session/Hardware_Hacking_Hands_On