October 13 - 16, 2015
Day 1: Managing the process of writing secure code in a timely manner
8:00 AM (Pacific) / 11:00 AM (Eastern)
Writing secure code is a constant challenge. You must have the right policies, processes, and tools in place. Day 1 of this three-day class will start from the beginning, ensuring that your first step is in the right direction, then outline how security touches each point in the product life cycle, some of the pitfalls you will likely encounter and how to steer clear, and survey existing standards and guidelines with examples of good, bad, and ugly code.
10/13 at 8 a.m. PST/ 11 a.m EST. Duration: 1 hour.
Day 2: Keeping your freshly minted code secure
Day 2 of this three-day class will start with an overview of relevant certifications, look at chain of control and deployment issues (including secure boot and update), and proceed through tools that are available and in place to help develop secure code.
10/14 at 8 a.m. PST/ 11 a.m EST. Duration: 1 hour.
Day 3: Looking at an example application: automotive
What good is great secure code if it if it isn’t part of a great application? Day 3 of this three-day class will take the valuable insights learned on Days 1 and 2 and apply them to a real-world automotive application. If that's the area you're designing for, great. But if not, don't despair, as the expert instructor will point out how the variables that apply directly to an automotive application correlate to other applications.
10/15 at 8 a.m. PST/ 11 a.m EST. Duration: 1 hour.