HSM Security Training: Risks, Attacks and Mitigations
Following the success of our first Hardware Security Module (HSM) training session back in March, we’re delighted to announce that the next training session will be held on the 24th and 25th of September 2015.
The course will cover an introduction to crypto hardware and interfaces, practical sessions on HSM attacks and also mitigations and fixes for crypto vulnerabilities. It is intended for professionals working in, or having familiarity with, enterprise IT security. Some familiarity with applications using cryptography is required.
Courses will be delivered by Cryptosense CEO, Graham Steel and Chief Scientist, Riccardo Focardi with support from Cryptosense technical staff. There will also be a number of practical sessions. The training is run in an informal workshop style with attendees encouraged to participate in all discussions. You can read the full course syllabus here, or contact our events organizer Sam if you have any specific questions. The content of this course will differ slightly from that given in March.
Tickets are now available via Eventbrite and there are limited discounts for early subscribers:
– only $2000 per person if you subscribe before July 24th
– and only $2500 per per person if you subscribe before August 24th
Full price tickets ($3000) will be on sale right up until the start of the course if availability remains. There are a maximum of 12 places available.
The course will be held in the beautiful surroundings of the Università Ca’Foscari in central Venice.
Last session the attendees enjoyed some great Venetian food at the course dinner. This session the course dinner will be held on Monday 24th September, if you’d like to attend please let us know when you make your booking.
We look forward to seeing you in Venice in September!