Colin O’Flynn joins Joe+Joe+Dymtry, so ‘power trio’ is no longer appropriate.
Does ‘power trio’ apply to training companies, as well as rock bands? 🙂
“Combined, we have over 25 years of experience teaching hardware security trainings and we have taught hundreds of classes. We have helped leading tech companies build their security teams and taught thousands of hardware security engineers the skills necessary for their day to day work. Our unique experience is unparalleled in the industry.”
Joe Fitzpatrick of Securing Hardware has announced a new course:
[…]This course focuses on approaching hardware as part of a pentest or red team engagement, implementing advanced hardware hacks, and managing the hardware ‘problem’. This two-day course builds directly upon the skills covered in Physical Attacks on Embedded Systems – consider taking the two together for a complete 4 days. If you’ve already taken another class that covers the basics of embedded/IOT/hardware hacking, including UART, JTAG, and SPI, you should have sufficient background.[…]
If you have not killed your TV yet, you might want to wait a day, after this episode, until you do.