Secure Your Hardware Security Trainings and Conference USA 2023


 Date : 30th May - 3rd June 2023

 Venue: Santa Clara Marriott

Learn from leading hardware security researchers & professionals and discuss
the latest & most innovative research on attacking and and defending hardware.
Connect with industry peers. Join us for a bigger, bolder, and better




We are gearing up to be even bigger and better than before with USA 2023 scheduled on 30 May to 3 June at our new venue Santa Clara Marriott.

If you are a hardware researchers, innovator, contributor and hacker - we want to meet you !

Any cool work/research done by you, could be offensive/defensive that you want to share with the industry, its time to submit your paper! You can submit your paper by 31 Jan 2023. Do you need some inspiration? Check past talks or CFP tips!

Registration is open from 27 Dec 2022: our training list is being continuously updated on the website.

May 30 to June 3: fasten your seatbelts for intensive in-person trainings, top-notch hardware-security talks, professional networking, stimulating CTFs and a challenging HardPwn.

Join USA 2023 to learn, network, and collaborate with brightest minds in hardware security to examine the current and future challenges in securing our ecosystem!


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All these years, I have been participating as a speaker or an attendee and (especially the NL conference) is an event I wait for and I cannot miss. The lineups are always amazing, and as a hardware and radio security enthusiast, I am interested in 100% of the talks, which is kind of unusual in other events. More importantly, I met people who are both among the best in their technical fields and very kind and open minded persons. The spirit and the scale of the event gives the opportunity to reach people and the time to exchange views.

José Lopes Esteves, ANSSI

Over the years, has become the cool place to learn and practice hardware security. Not only a fantastic conference, it’s also some hands-on training, interesting webinars and challenging CTFs. Hardware security has a conference, and it’s!

Renaud Feil, Synacktiv

I have 20+ years of experience in ASIC development and testing, and took the course IC Reverse Engineering & Code Dump by Olivier Thomas to get an insight in doing my previous work, but in reverse. It was clear from the first day of the course that Olivier is very experienced and knows what he is doing, and he proved to be an excellent tutor. In the four days of the course, Olivier also provided lots of useful tips and hints of many common pitfalls that I can’t see that I would have learned from someone that didn’t have the experience that Olivier has. I would have happily spent another four days soaking in even more of all the details.

Björn Ärleskog

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