We've seen a lot of interest in our Advanced Security Subscription and we're excited to welcome our first subscribers to our platform.
Our subscription offer allows you to pay as little as $1,200 per course on any of our upcoming courses, it doesn't matter what the topic is or if it's two or four days.
This will be particularly exciting as we begin to take on external trainers onto our platform and offer even more courses.
We are offering introductory specials at the moment for subscribers, so if you're considering signing up now's the best time.
Make sure you use code
INTRO with your subscription for an additional 10% off on this limited time offer.
The best return on investment on our platform is the Advanced Security Subscription. Since all our courses are now offered online through our state of the art platform, we're announcing today that we're phasing out Early-Bird discounts. We will be offering the last batch of Early-Bird discounts, which are available on any of our upcoming summer courses, through July 17, 2020. The best Advanced Security Subscription still offers better value. However, if you're unsure whether or not you're ready to subscribe, you can take one of our upcoming courses and we'll credit you that amount towards a subscription. Early-bird rates mean it's even easier to get to try out our platfrom, participate in one of our Training Live Streams and get a feel for what one of our Subscriptions really is.
Last week we announced two new FPGA classes, Intro to Hardware/Software Co-Design for Security and Anti-Tamper (AT) and Physically Unclonable Functions (PUFs). You can now find the full course descriptions for our upcoming FPGA courses on their respective pages. After feedback from our subscribers we decided to expand on the topic of PUFs in the Anti-Tamper (AT) and Physically Unclonable Functions (PUFs), so make sure to check it out.
If you're not sure what you should do this summer, here's a full list of upcoming classes.
- Introduction to Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). July 27 – July 28, 2020.
- Introduction to Fuzzing. July 30 – July 31, 2020.
- Hardware Hacking and Instrumentation with FPGAs. August 04 – August 07, 2020.
- Introduction to Hardware Hacking and Reverse Engineering. August 08 – August 09, 2020.
- Firmware reverse engineering with Ghidra (CET Timezone). August 10 – August 11, 2020.
- Firmware reverse engineering with Ghidra (US Eastern). August 12 – August 13, 2020.
- Applied Glitching of Real-World Hardware Targets. August 17 – August 20, 2020.
- Intro to Hardware/Software Co-Design for Security. August 25 – August 26, 2020.
- Anti-Tamper (AT) and Physically Unclonable Functions (PUFs). August 27 – August 28, 2020.
About the Author
Dmitry is a hardware hacker, hardware design engineer, security researcher, speaker, and reverse-engineerer. Dmitry did his PhD in the field of IC security and PUFs.