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Webinar: Securing embedded systems using threat based analysis

With increasing frequency Continuum Security receives inquiries from those working with connected embedded systems looking to find out how they may leverage the IriusRisk threat modeling & risk management platform to develop secure devices.

It is with this in mind that we are excited to announce the next release of IriusRisk will feature an IoT risk library tailored to this purpose. More information will be announced shortly, but in the meantime, a free webinar on this topic hosted by the Beningo Embedded Group entitled ‘Securing Embedded Systems using Threat Based Analysis Methodologies’ has been announced that may be of interest. Here’s some more details:

A major challenge facing embedded system developers today is how to secure their internet connected devices. Security is a new concept to many developers but critical to ensuring that their products and customers data remain secure. In this webinar, we will explore the methodologies and techniques that developers need to identify potential security threats and put in place the mechanisms to protect their device through-out the entire product life cycle. We will also investigate several use cases on the capabilities available in microcontrollers to secure the embedded system using Cypress’ PSoC 64 Secure MCU’s. Key Take-A-Ways

• How to analyze a device for security threats

• Identifying critical data assets

• Potential security threats

• Defining security objectives

• Methods for protecting device data

• Understanding the security lifecycle

Two sessions are available on Wednesday April 17th and you can book your spot here.

The next release of IriusRisk is due week commencing 22nd April and we will be announcing the full details here.

Some of the new features including the IoT library are available to view in a demo, so why not book an appointment and be one of the first to take a tour.

 

 

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