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Jasper van Woudenberg

Chief Technology Officer North America

Riscure B.V

HQ Phone: (650) 646-9979

Email: v***@***.com

Riscure B.V

71 Stevenson Street Suite 400

San Francisco, California 94105

United States

Company Description

Riscure is an independent Security Test Lab founded in 2001. Riscure is based in the Netherlands, at a stone's throw away from the Delft University of Technology. Our clients are based in North America, Europe and Asia. Our mission is to "test to break ... more

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Employment History

Trainer and Co-speaker
Black Hat Inc


ARM TechCon

Member Program Committee


master's degree

Web References (29 Total References)

Hackers Rule at First Open Wireless Hackathon

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Jasper Van Woudenberg, CTO, Riscure

Jasper Van Woudenberg, CTO, Riscure

Consulate General of the Netherlands in San Francisco | Bridging the Netherlands and the Western United States

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In this featured profile Jasper van Woudenberg, CTO of Riscure explains how the company tries to help their customers improve the security of a product by breaking them, the advantages of being physically present in Silicon Valley, and how you can be polite and honest at the same time. Read this and more in the full profile here.

Consulate General of the Netherlands in San Francisco | Bridging the Netherlands and the Western United States

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"We act like we're hackers," says Van Woudenberg.

Van Woudenberg has been Riscure's North American CTO since late 2011. Before that, he worked in the Dutch office, hired on the strength of Master's Degrees in computer science and artificial intelligence, significant programming experience, and a passionate hobby in "taking equipment apart and putting it back together again."
More and more companies are growing concerned about their product's security, Van Woudenberg says. Take telephones, for example. "We used to use them just to make phone calls, but today you can pay bills and do your banking on them. So there's a chip inside, and that chip must be secure. Van Woudenberg cites the "lively trade in personal data" as one issue that makes it increasingly important to secure data-rich products.
Van Woudenberg says his Dutch mindset is very useful in his contact with clients.
"We generally make use of the latest technologies, and those come from here," Van Woudenberg concludes.

SIM Cards Have Finally Been Hacked, And The Flaw Could Affect Millions Of Phones

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"Anybody who learns the key of a particular SIM can load any application on the SIM he wants, including malicious code," says Jasper Van Woudenberg, CTO North America of smart-card security firm Riscure.

Riscure's Van Woudenberg agrees.
"Carriers and SIM card manufacturers do need to step up their security game for when payments arrive," says Van Woudenberg. Banks are slow and cautious with new technology as they wait for it be proven secure, he adds, but "the mobile world moves much faster, as time-to-market is for them more important."

Jasper van Woudenberg ...

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Jasper van Woudenberg (@jzvw)

Bio: Jasper (@jzvw) currently is CTO for Riscure North America. Jasper's interest in security matters was first sparked in his mid-teens by reverse engineering software. During his studies for a master's degree in both CS and AI, he worked for a penetration testing firm, where he performed source code review, binary reverse engineering and tested application and network security. At Riscure, Jasper's expertise has grown to include various aspects of hardware security; from design review and logical testing, to side channel analysis and perturbation attacks. He leads Riscure North America's pentesting teams and has a special interest in combining AI with security research. Jasper has spoken at many security conferences including BlackHat trainings, Intel Security Conference, RSA, EDSC, BSides, ICMC, Infiltrate, has presented scientific research at SAC, WISSEC, CT-RSA, FDTC, ESC Design {West,East}, ARM TechCon, and has given invited talks at Stanford, GMU and the University of Amsterdam. Specialties: side channel analysis, fault injection, binary code analysis, security evaluations of {mobile phones, smart cards, set-top-boxes}, network penetration testing, code reviews.

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