Understanding and managing all aspects of system security design in the ‘well connected world’ is of fundamental concern. For many developers and manufacturers, and particularly those that previously didn’t need to consider security in product design, this will require changes in how they bring products to the marketplace and also manage them once there.
What do you need to do to protect your Embedded Linux system?
How and when can you determine the security needs of your system?
This Webinar helps you address these issues by providing an overview of Embedded Linux security.
Key security concepts are introduced and unpacked to inform how they can influence the software development process. Specifically the Secure Software Development Lifecycle (SSDL) models are discussed in this context. Design and development security practices are also explored using network security, container technologies and well established Linux hardening techniques.
SECURE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT LIFECYCLE TRAINING AT EMBEDDED WORLD
Doulos Embedded provides specialist technical training in the rapidly developing embedded systems market with in-depth and practical solutions to meet the challenge of increasing levels of complexity in the embedded systems software and hardware market, and R&D costs.
Best-in-Class Embedded Software training
The highly experienced Doulos Embedded team have the knowledge and skills, gained from the international semiconductor industry, to deliver the right training and support for you and your organisation, including the embedded software training needs of teams developing ARM based systems.
Doulos training is unique in that it includes extensive hands-on labs covering all aspects of the design process. Doulos delegates therefore benefit from a complete learning experience which enables them to test, troubleshoot and consolidate their knowledge before returning to their design teams.
ARM Approved Training Centre
An ARM Approved Training Centre since 2002, Doulos delivers ARM architecture training in the context of SoC design as well as ARM processor based micro-controllers.