• Classroom
  • Online, Instructor-Led
Course Description

Anti-Tamper Technologies, Tools, and Techniques training course offers a deep dive into Anti-Tamper (AT) technologies, tools, and techniques, providing comprehensive insights into safeguarding systems, components, and services against threats such as reverse engineering, unauthorized modification, and substitution. With a focus on strong identification, tamper resistance, and tamper detection, participants will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure the integrity and security of systems throughout their lifecycle.


This training course equips participants with a comprehensive understanding of anti-tamper technologies, tools, and techniques, enabling them to protect systems, components, and services against threats like reverse engineering and tampering. Through a combination of theoretical lectures, hands-on workshops, and case studies, attendees will be prepared to design and implement robust anti-tamper strategies to ensure the integrity and security of critical systems throughout their lifecycle.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the Basics: Define the concept of anti-tamper technologies and explain their significance in information security.

  • Identify Common Threats: Recognize common threats that anti-tamper technologies aim to mitigate, such as unauthorized access, data manipulation, and reverse engineering.

  • Explore Tools: Explore and demonstrate proficiency in using key tools employed in anti-tamper measures, including encryption software, obfuscation techniques, and access control mechanisms.

  • Assess Risk: Evaluate the potential risks associated with tampering in a given system and propose appropriate anti-tamper strategies based on the identified risks.

  • Implement Techniques: Implement anti-tamper techniques through practical exercises, showcasing the application of tools like code obfuscation, hardware-based protection, and intrusion detection systems.

  • Analyze Case Studies: Analyze real-world case studies where anti-tamper technologies were employed successfully or faced challenges, and draw insights for future implementations.

  • Collaborate in Teams: Work collaboratively in a team setting to design and implement an anti-tamper strategy for a simulated scenario, demonstrating effective communication and problem-solving skills.

  • Stay Informed: Stay informed about the latest developments in anti-tamper technologies and tools, and demonstrate the ability to adapt strategies in response to evolving security threats.

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