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MSP MCU Crypto-Bootloader Training Series

In-field firmware updates are becoming an increasingly popular feature supported on products that are deployed to the field; however, this feature is also very commonly exploited by attackers, and if vulnerable, can compromise the security of the system. In this series we will discuss the various  security concerns for in-field firmware updates, and a solution for increasing the security of in-field firmware updates in ultra-low power MSP microcontrollers - called the Crypto-Bootloader. 

  • Part 1: Firmware updates in network-connected MCUs
  • Part 2: Security definition, known attacks and security measures
  • Part 3: Crypto-bootloader flow and implementation
  • Part 4: FRAM advantages, tools overview and summary

1. MSP MCU Crypto-Bootloader Training Series

# Title Duration
1.1 Crypto-Bootloader Training Series Part 1:Firmware updates in network-connected MCUs
Learn about the advantages of in-field firmware updates, and the firmware image flow in network connected systems.
03:36
1.2 Crypto-Bootloader Training Series Part 2: Security definition, known attacks and security measures
Learn about the definition of a security architecture, example attacks, and security measures to counter threats.
05:08
1.3 Crypto-Bootloader Training Series Part 3: Crypto-bootloader flow and implementation
Learn about the steps involved in the creation of a secure firmware image with Crypto-bootloader.
05:12
1.4 Crypto-Bootloader Training Series Part 4: FRAM advantages, tools overview and summary
Learn about the advantages of using MSP430FR59xx/69xx MCUs for in-field firmware updates, as well as the set of Crypto-Bootloader tools that enable faster...
08:12
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