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Cyber-security for electronic devices in smart grids - secure coding

2018.03.07

Venue: Webinar
Date: 2018.03.07
Hours: 16:00 h.
Duration: 45 minutes
Organiser: TECNALIA
Price: Free
Alberto Bonilla
alberto.bonilla@tecnalia.com

Electronic devices are exposed to a number of risks derived from not using good development practices or safe patterns, in addition to threats due to their vulnerabilities.

Analysing attacks usually focusses on the existence of known vulnerabilities in third-party software or on measures to secure the system (passwords, encryption, etc.). There are however, some risks that are inherent to the system design and code itself, which are not always that obvious.

C programming language is the most flexible there is to date, and it provides great potential, but it also introduces a series of risks that must be considered when faced with more frequent attacks aimed at control devices and infrastructures, attacks that are increasingly sophisticated. In this respect, there are patterns, tools, and good practices that allow safe code to be developed in C without needing to resort to exhaustive white box auditing. The webinar will present examples of these.

The webinar is aimed at teams that take part in developing electronic devices for Smart Grid in Linux using C programming language.

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TimeTopic
16:00 Presentation and introduction
► Introduction to secure coding in Smart Grids
► Considerations, threats and common attacks
16:10 Case studies
► Example of using tools to identify the absence of design patterns
► Good practices in the use of safe patterns
► Conclusions
16:40 Questions

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Ander Juaristi

Ander Juaristi


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