We just finished our first online bootcamp a couple of weeks ago and we have received multiple requests to open a new training before the summer break. We have heard you and here are the basic details:

Start: Tue,  2020-07-07 08:30​
Finish: Thu, 2020-07-09 18:00​
Last day registration: 2020-06-21
Location: Virtual Classroom

Given the current logistical challenges, we can only ship the IoT Security Kit inside Europe. We need to send them two weeks in advance, to make sure that they are delivered on time.

The class will be taught live and personal by Pablo, with the same passion and quality that characterizes us.


We got great feedback from our last class:

“I definitely learned a lot and I am sure that I will continue to benefit from the comprehensive course material. Pablo provided me with a very good introduction on the topics we discussed during these three days. I especially liked the second day where we looked into firmware analysis and the following part on debug interfaces. The hands-on exercises were a lot of fun and helped letting the new concepts sink in. It is so motivating so see something that was discussed theoretically work out on a real device and it is just as important to see what may go wrong (because we all know that live is never just as easy). I could tell that Pablo brought a lot of expertise into the lessons and has spent quite some effort in preparing the course material, environment, tools and devices for us. Thank you so much for having me.

Thank you so much for having me”.

Christoph Groß – Junior SW Developer, Automotive OEM Engineering
Garmin Würzburg GmbH 

Join us and learn how to hack IoT devices: firmware, wireless, hardware, Bluetooth and much more!

If you are still not sure if this is the best fit for you, book a call with Pablo.

For more information:

Due to the current situation of the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be delivering our upcoming trainings online. Read more

We are very glad to announce that SevenShift will be present at the second Cybersecurity Leadership Summit in Berlin. This remarkable event will take place at the Humboldt Carré on November 12th – 14th, 2019.

Our managing director Pablo Endres, will be part of the discussion panel: Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) – A Cybersecurity Perspective.

If you are a security professional and are interested in IoT, Data Security and Social Engineering threats, Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity, and other related topics, then this is the place to be. Come join us and be part of this unique opportunity to network with colleagues concerned with the same issues as you, and meet experts who will help you keep up to date so you can face the challenges cybersecurity poses.

If you have any questions or just want to reach to us, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will provide any additional information you need.
We are looking forward to seeing you there!

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We were invited by the Cloud Ecosystem EV to participate in a series of IoT Innovation Workshops taking place in different cities across Germany: Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich in September 2018.

The format was very interesting and productive: it started with approx. 2:30 of presentations related to IoT. Ranging from different use cases, analytics to IoT security. After a short break, the work was transformed with the “world cafe” format. Basically it was broken down into 4 small work groups, each with a topic: industrial analytics, 5G, industrial data spaces (IDS) and blockchain technology.

A specialist on each topic served as moderator to set the scene of the discussions and try to keep them on track. In this case all of them were very well versed in there topics. These sessions where really productive to get a kickstart on some of the topics and understand the pain points of different industries on each of them.

I had the pleasure to attend and present on two of the events: Frankfurt and Munich. I had about 30 min to talk about IoT security. I started with an overall introduction into IoT and IoT security, highlighting the vulnerabilities and frameworks to protect them. Finally I took them through a use case with Baby Cams, to highlight the typical findings and their implications.

Here is a teaser of the talk and before the end of the year, we will share the complete video from the presentation in Munich with the subscribers of our newsletter. So if you are still not part of it, now is a good chance to do so.



With these events, we got to meet very interesting people and company. Since then we have decide to become members of the Cloud Ecosystem and we will be working on security with the organisation and its members.

Here are some impressions of both events.