|21 Aug||Monday||0900-17:00 ICT/GMT+7||8 Hours|
|22 Aug||Tuesday||0900-17:00 ICT/GMT+7||8 Hours|
|23 Aug||Wednesday||0900-17:00 ICT/GMT+7||8 Hours|
This 3 days class is the combination class that lets you take all the material(!) from the x86-64 Assembly, x86-64 OS Internals, and x86-64 Intel Firmware Attack & Defense classes at your own pace, but with full instructor support.
Because we give you all the lecture and lab materials and videos after class, what you’re really paying for is support from the instructor! So you’ll be entitled to keep asking up to 20 questions after class, with 1-2 hour turnaround answers (after accounting for time-zone differences.) This lets you keep productively working through the material if you run out of time at the conference. If you’d like to learn more about the benefits of this style of class delivery, please read this blog post
And after presenting a firmware worm that could spread between Macs via Apple’s EFI-based BIOS and Thunderbolt Ethernet adapters, he ended up working for Apple. There he worked on securing all the lesser-known firmwares on Macs and peripherals – everything from 3rd party GPUs to SecureBoot for monitors! He also worked on the x86-side of the T2 SecureBoot architecture, and his final project was leading the M1 SecureBoot architecture – being directly responsible for designing a system that could provide iOS-level security, while still allowing customer choice to trust arbitrary non-Apple code such as Linux bootloaders. He left Apple in Dec 2020 after the M1 Macs shipped, so he could work full time on OpenSecurityTraining2