Building Secure Devices in Untrusted Factories Speaker: Rob Wood
Today the production of hardware devices involves multiple suppliers at various stages of the production and support life-cycle. With very few exceptions, no electronics manufacturer actually designs and manufactures every single component of a device in their own factory. These hardware and manufacturing supply chains introduce considerable risk that threat actors could gain an opportunity to defraud, steal, counterfeit, or otherwise undermine the security of the produced electronic devices.
Some things that we will discuss in detail:
- Why you should not trust your factories. We will explore the various attack patterns seen in real world manufacturing environments.
- How you can build a secure product that your customers can trust even when using untrusted factories and repair center partners. We will talk about actual solutions that have been implemented to great effect.
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