ID2015 - 9:40a - Walker - IoT Challenges
Jesse Walker is a member of Intel Lab’s Security and Privacy Research, and is the research director for security and privacy in cyber physical systems. Dr. Walker’s previous role was Intel Corporation’s chief cryptographer from 2005 through 2015. Among his contributions are the discovery of the flaws in Wi-Fi WEP and creation of its successors WPA and WPA2, creation of the theory underlying Intel’s RDRAND instruction, co-designer of the anonymous attestation algorithm in TPM 2.0 and ISO 20009, and co-designer of SHA3 finalist Skein. Dr. Walker earned a Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Texas at Austin in 1980.