Fritz Bollmann, BSI

Common Criteria Crypto Working Group (R31b) Fritz Bollmann is a Common Criteria certifier at the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) in Germany. His working areas are the certification of complex products like network devices, operating systems and cryptography implemented in software. Fritz holds a university degree in computer science from the University of Bonn.

Tony Boswell, Senior Principal Consultant, DNV GL

Panel Discussion: The Move to cPPs (R24a) Tony Boswell began in IT security as a security evaluator at one of the original UK government Evaluation Facilities in 1987. His work has spanned numerous secure system developments and evaluations, with technologies including formal methods, smart cards, EU digital signatures, smart meters, virtualisation, and network devices. He is currently a ...

Paul Bottinelli, Security Systems Developer, ETAS Canada

Lessons Learned in IoT Threat Modelling (E12a) Paul Bottinelli is a security consultant and software developer at ETAS Canada in Waterloo, ON. After having completed his master's degree with a focus on Information Security and Cryptography at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland, he moved to Canada to work at TrustPoint on topics related to secure communication ...

Mike Brown, CTO, ISARA Corporation

Quantum Safe PKI Transitions (G24a). Mike is the co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of ISARA Corporation, where he is focused on the technical vision and direction for ISARA’s quantum safe cryptography solutions. Mike is driven by a love for solving problems involving the art and science of cryptography and security, and by his passion for helping his teams achieve their full ...

Roger Butler, Chief Architect, TecSec

Overview/Case Study: Validating FIPS 140-2 Security in PIV Credential Cryptographic Modules (E14a) Electrical Engineer by schooling, Master Programmer by trade and Cryptographer by choice. 32+ years as a programmer, the last 15 years as a chief architect, led me to see that cryptography and other forms of secure program development are essential for our society. In my tenure at TecSec, ...

Jan Camenisch, IBM Research–Zurich

Secure Authentication without Identification (E12c) Dr. Jan Camenisch is a Principal Research Staff Member at IBM Research - Zurich and leads the Privacy & Cryptography research team. He's a member of the IBM Academy of Technology and an IEEE Fellow. He is a leading scientist in the area of privacy and cryptography, has published over 100 widely cited papers, and has received a ...

Adam Cason, Director of Product Marketing, Futurex

The Expanding Role of Hardened Encryption and PKI Management in the Cloud (G22c). Adam Cason, Director of Product Marketing at Futurex, is responsible for the company’s virtually-driven content marketing initiatives, technical documentation portfolio, and engagement strategy for customer and partner relationships. In this role, Mr. Cason works closely with executive audiences around the ...