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Smart Lock Security

Today, technology has transformed the traditional locks into connected devices. Yes, today you don't need mechanical keys to unlock your door. Smart locks can be unlocked remotely via Bluetooth or Over the Internet. But with the rise of smart locks, security of smart locks has become a nightmare. The devices which are meant to secure your house are not secure.

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Security of Game Console

Game consoles are in the news. These are being hacked at the hardware level. When exploits like Sighax & Fusée Gelée arise at the hardware level, the whole console is compromised. Even if Fusée Gelée - Tegra X1 and Nintendo Vulnerability allow a device owner to hack their own console, which might not sound risky. However, it will allow malicious actors to write codes remotely to execute a similar attack and access the hardware.

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Smart Car Hacking & Forensics

As "smart" is becoming the new standard for everything, malicious threat actors are quick to capitalize on the insecurity of IoT devices. Hackers compromising your network and spying on you is not something new in the world of personal computers, but definitely an emerging threat in the world of personal cars.

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Dive into Game Console Hacking

In 2016, Sighax – a BootROM exploit for the Nintendo Game Consoles 3DS/2DS/New3DS was introduced by a group of hackers, this left around 62 million devices vulnerable.

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Experts and hackers came together for Europe's largest hardware security conference held its third fabulous hardware security conference in The Hague, the budding epicenter of Netherland's technology ecosystem.

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Thank you, volunteers

Last month we concluded a very successful third edition of in The Hague. Since it was a milestone for us, team had put in a lot of effort to make sure the event this year

Read More 2017: Get to know our Speakers

Find out everything about the confirmed speakers for 2017

We are pleased to announce the list of distinguished speakers that will enlighten the attendees at

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Know what’s hot in hardware security from industry leaders

ARM mbed interview

Over-the-air software update is the only efficient way for device security, says Paul Argent, senior marketing manager at ARM mbed

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10 reasons to attend 2017

Our third edition of is happening in less than a month, so we decided to provide you with a few informative hints, for those of you who are still hesitating

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Why low level hardware reversing is so relevant in current times

More and more attacks on embedded systems are being detected in the wild and both defenders and attackers should know how these attacks are being performed, says Henrik Ferdinand Nölscher

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Why knowledge on circuits is critical for hardware security

In a world driven by IOT devices, autonomous vehicles, personal assistants, the effects of IC hacking can be devastating. This is not the worst case scenario as safety

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When hardware leaks your secrets… over the air

Hardware security still remains one of the hottest and unfortunately, not completely resolved topics in the hardware industry. The ultimate question remains:

Read More How to plan your trip and enjoy The Hague in two days of Conference and Training

This guide will help you with details related to tickets, lodging, transportation, food and recreation in Hague and nearby sights to ensure you have a great time and enjoy one of the most beautiful cities of the Netherlands during the 2017 Security Conference and Training.

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