Karsten Nohl is a cryptographer and security researcher. He likes to test security assumptions in proprietary systems and typically breaks them. His research challenged many of the most widely used communication, payment, automotive, and access control systems. He received his PhD in Computer Engineering from the University of Virginia. After a short stint for McKinsey's Business Technology Office, Karsten now helps Fortune500 companies build effective security organizations. Karsten is Chief Scientist and Managing Director at the Security Research Labs in Berlin, a risk management think tank specializing in emerging IT threats.
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