Embedded Security Webinar: Overcoming Embedded Systems Challenges

Embedded Security - Sensors Webinar

Thursday, June 2 at 2:00 PM ET

Sensors and embedded systems are changing the way in which humanity interacts with and observes the universe. In order to make the IoT a reality, developers must overcome challenges such as sensor interface, data processing, low power design and most importantly, securing their devices. Securing an embedded system is not a trivial endeavor and possibly one of the most neglected and least understood areas of development. This Webinar provides a sneak preview of the full-day Pre-Conference Symposium that will be taking place at this year's Sensors Expo in San Jose. Attendees of this webinar will gain technical knowledge and tools to understand the importance of securing their embedded sensor systems. 

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Speakers Include:
Jacob Beningo, Beningo Engineering

Jacob Beningo is President at Beningo Engineering, an embedded software consulting company. Jacob has experience developing, reviewing and critiquing drivers, frameworks and application code for companies requiring robust and scalable firmware. Jacob is actively involved in improving the general understanding of embedded software development through workshops, webinars and blogging. Jacob holds Bachelor’s degrees in Electrical Engineering, Physics and Mathematics from Central Michigan University and a Master’s degree in Space Systems Engineering from the University of Michigan.

Mat Dirjish

Mat Dirjish is currently the Executive Editor of Sensors Magazine. In his past roles, he was a Computer Boards, Software, and Embedded Systems Editor and a Tech Editor at industry-renowned publications, as well as a judge in past PC104+ competitions.


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