Taught by an "ethical hacker" learn how HP's full security stack from PC's to Printers and Copiers is keeping cybercrime at bay.
“We need to move from designing machines with simple protection mechanisms to designing devices with ‘cyber-resilience’ right from the beginning of the hardware and firmware design. This means building machines that can autonomously fight off a growing family of debilitating hardware and firmware attacks. It means engineering in new security architecture constructs for resilience at the device design level. We won’t be able to bolt it on after the fact."
---Boris Balacheff, Chief Technologist for Security Research and Innovation at HP
Time: May 6 - 10:30 AM
Location: Room 111
Audience Level: Intermediate
Audience Knowledge: No prior experience on this topic is needed.