Protect Your Embedded Systems with Linux Security and Hardening

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The Linux kernel has more than 27 million lines of code (Linux, 2020) and dozens of security features. Knowing what to focus on to build and deploy a secure embedded system can feel insurmountable.

Join us for this 45-minute deep-dive training on protecting any Linux-based system from many common cybersecurity, tampering, and reverse-engineering attacks.

What you will learn:
• Linux kernel, user space, and memory management security
• Runtime security features including DAC, MAC, and Namespaces
• Other security considerations, such as kernel configuration and signed modules


  • Michael Mehlberg, Vice President of Marketing, Star Lab
  • Ryan Thibodeaux Title Principal Technologist, Star Lab