We help creators of intelligent connected devices to design, implement and operate their systems with a sustainable security level.
We want to help to make it a habit to consider security aspects in any man-made system. Since its definition, on to its design and implementation, and during its operation.
Because of the combination of skills and know-how of our team. We have proved our capability to:
• Master the basic elements of security: from the definition of cryptographic algorithms (e.g. SHA3), to their HW and SW implementation, under many aspects (performance, protection, etc.);
• Know how to specify secure protocols (e.g. Bluetooth);
• Know how to identify the balanced mix of ingredients that is needed to protect a system and how to make them interact properly;
• Listen to the needs of technical people, managers, marketers, customers; harmonize the various viewpoints and goals; define effective action plans to achieve the shared objectives.
Starting from these facts, our experience has led us to define methodologies to study at design-time, to build and ultimately to assess the security of a system.
Because security is a process and standalone components are not enough.
Security and crypto for microcontrollers, smartcards, automotive, wireless connectivity, ASIC…
Members of TPC of several security-related conferences
Authors of 50+ scientific papers
Participation to Bluetooth, IEEE and various consortia
Guido is co-author of the NIST SHA-3 algorithm
Eng. and Ph.D from Politecnico di Milano, respectively in 1999 and 2004. He worked in STMicroelectronics from 2003 to 2017 covering the orel of Security and Cryptography principal engineer. From 2017 he is CEO and co-founder of Security Pattern.
He has experience in the field of security for microcontrollers, smartcards, automotive and general purpose microcontrollers.
He has been contract professor at Politecnico di Milano teaching cryptography to the master course of computer science from 2004 to 2010.
He is co-author of more than 40 scientific papers in the field of cryptography, implementation of cryptographic algorithms, side channel and fault attacks. He participated in the program committee of several conferences and workshops, has been part of the steering committee of CHES (Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded System) from 2013 to 2019. He is currently general chair of FDTC workshop (Fault Detection and Tolerance in Cryptography).
Guido Bertoni participated in different standard committees and consortia, particularly relevant for this project are the participations to the specification of Bluetooth 2.1 Secure Simple Pairing and the specification of the packet encryption of BLE 4.0.
He collaborates with Joan Daemen, Michael Peeter and Gilles Van Assche in the design of Keccak, the cryptographic algorithm winner of NIST SHA-3 competition and used in many different blockchains like Ethereum. He is co-author of more than 25 registered patents.
Filippo received his engineering degree from Politecnico di Milano in 2005. From 2006 to 2017 he has worked in STMicroelectronics focusing on the hardware design of cryptographic algorithms and specializing in side-channel attacks and countermeasures. Since 2017 he is CTO and co-founder of Security Pattern.
He has developed a wide experience on building cryptographic components with different needs in terms of performance, footprint, security. He continuously investigates how security elements can be mixed in a system guaranteeing they are used at their best. He is a promoter of innovative formal methodologies to support the development and the evaluation of secure devices and systems.
He is co-author of 12 scientific publications, he joined several program committees of security-related workshops and conferences. He is the author of 4 registered patents in the field of secure cryptographic implementations.
He received his engineering degree from Politecnico di Milano in 2007. From 2007 to 2015 he has worked as System Engineer in STMicroelectronics on multimedia & IoT platforms, while from 2016 to 2017 he has worked as R&D Team Leader in STMicroelectronics Israel focusing on micro-mirrors scanning systems and firmware quality. Since 2018 he is DevOp Manager and partner of Security Pattern. He is author of 4 registered patents.
He received his engineering degree from Università degli Studi di Brescia in 2001. He worked six years for the Electronic Department of Università degli Studi di Brescia focusing on network traffic analysis and network intrusion detection, obtaining in 2010 a Ph.D. degree in Information Engineering. He is co-founder of two IT companies that operate in the field of IT consulting and network security. Since 2018 he is Business Developer and partner of Security Pattern. He is author of 1 registered patent in the field of analysis of encrypted network traffic.
He received his degree in electronics engineering from Politecnico di Milano in 2005 and also holds a Master of Engineering in Embedded Systems Design from Università della Svizzera Italiana (USI - ALaRI). During his stay at USI he worked on the development of hardware countermeasures for a class of side-channel attacks to cryptographic system implementations as part of a project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF).
From 2006 to 2019 he has worked for STMicroelectronics, covering roles with increasing responsibility and complexity which have allowed him to gain mastery over the full product lifecycle (system definition, design implementation, design verification and validation, customer support for troubleshooting application and handling customer returns). He has successfully covered technical leadership roles in ASIC product development and product validation, acting as coordinator (multisite/multicultural team of over 20 people) and as customer interface. He is co-author of 2 scientific publications and of a registered US patent.
Alberto received a Master degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Padova in 2009 and a Master degree in Cryptography and Information Security from the University of Bordeaux in 2011. He then received his Ph.D from UVSQ in 2016. Alberto worked on white box cryptography during its internship at Apple in 2011, then moved to Oberthur Technologies (now IDEMIA) with the role of Security Engineer from 2011 to 2020.
He worked for 10 years at IDEMIA and is an expert in security evaluations of embedded systems against Side-Channel and Fault attacks. He also designed and developed IDEMIA’s whitebox. Alberto was lecturer at the University of Bordeaux for the course of SmartCard security from 2013 to 2019.
Alberto is co-author of 7 scientific papers and is co-author of 10 registered patents on attacks and countermeasures for embedded systems.
Passionate about IoT and security, Alberto naturally joined Security Pattern in fall 2020 with the role of senior Security Engineer.
We are currently carrying out research and development activities in the field of cryptography basing on state of the art tools and technologies.
We are always looking for talents in IoT security and cryptography.
If you want to join us, send your application, we will be happy to evaluate it!