I was hopefuly that we’d start returning to travel and meeting and training in late 2020 or early 2021 - but the reality that isn’t the best choice for anyone right now.

When we spent the spring preparing Applied Physical Attacks on Embedded Systems to be delivered online for Black Hat, we weren’t just preparing for one online class - we were preparing to make the whole class doable remotely, in a self-paced format. The online, synchronous format isn’t ideal when attendees and instructors span time zones, skill levels, and time obligations.

Since August, we’ve been refining the online material, gathering equipment, and preparing to launch a comprehensive, self-paced, online course on hardware hacking and reverse engineering, and we’re hoping to launch it in early November as soon as we’ve got sufficient equipment in hand to fulfill the anticipated demand.

Rather than just cut and paste the material onto a website, we’ve refactored all the content - both breaking it into smaller 30-minute digestible portions - and expanding it to cover 3 to 4 full days of material.

The first opportunity to order the toolkit was part of the Crowdsupply campaign for Tigard, including the option to preorder the full toolkit, plus access to online lectures, labs, and support for delivery in early 2021 at a discounted price of US$1337.

The class is also available at regular price on our website, Learn.SecuringHardware.com. Access to the material is immediate, equipment will begin shipping on December 14

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