Security in Embedded Systems

As embedded devices become more sophisticated the possibility of hacking and other nefarious actions become more possible.  It is estimated that there will be between 15 and 20 billion devices (small embedded devices) with a $900 Billion USD market, which is growing twice as fast as the PC market. Accordingly, this joint meeting of FENEO and IEEE Cleveland Computer Society will cover two topics in this broad area of embedded device security.    

In the area of programmable hardware a representative of Actel, a FPGA manufacturer will be presenting security in programmable logic. In the area of embedded firmware security Mocana will be discussing security standards.

The first presentation will be starting at 6:00 p.m. on March 30 in order to finish both presentations at a reasonable hour. Seating is limited and the last presentation had the maximum number of people who could attend.  Please reserve your place for these presentations.

The meeting will be held at Lean Dog's floating office docked at 1151 North Marginal Road, Cleveland, OH 44114.

One CPD credit is available.  Bring a flyer for credit.

Seating is limited.  To reserve a seat RSVP to by March 28th.

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