Recently, Microchip announced a new part, the ATECC608A, which is the latest in their CryptoAuthentication Line. It is a crypto co-processor and a nice improvement over the ATECC508A, as long as you understand its limitations.
I gave a short talk at the Open Source Hardware Summit last week on Digital Ownership and Right to Repair. (Link to slides (pdf) and youtube). It was a different kind of talk for me–I tried to pick a topic, in this case Right to Repair, and unpack it from different angles. As with most… Read More
SparkFun posted a blog post on IoT Security. While posting to a blog isn’t newsworthy (unless it’s the one you are currently reading 🙂 ), I’m very encouraged to see this post at SparkFun. The makers/engineers building projects/products are the front line–a systems security engineer like me is combat support. I had a small excerpt… Read More
Here are my slides from my talk at Portland Bsides: pdf. The fpga repo is here.
I’ll be giving a talk at Portland BSides in two weeks titled: Cryptowarez: a survey of Open and Closed Hardware Crypto Devices. The two-day conference is packed with some really excellent speakers, I’m very much looking forward to the event. I hope I have time to sneak over to Powell’s Books while I’m there! 🙂 I… Read More
Slides from my Car Hacking talk at SparkFun AVC 2016. Read More
My comments on the draft IoT Trust Framework Read More