November 2013 to Present
January 2013 to November 2013
Secure Embedded Systems Lab, Virginia Tech
January 2011 to December 2012
Information Management Leadership Program Intern
May 2011 to August 2011
Quality Assurance Intern
September 2010 to December 2010
Software Engineering Intern
May 2010 to August 2010
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
M.S. Computer Engineering 3.85
2011 to 2012
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
B.S. Computer Engineering 3.75
2009 to 2011
Northern Virginia Community College
Associate of Science (AS) Electrical Engineering
2007 to 2009
What company does Lyndon Judge work for?
Lyndon Judge works for Microsoft
What is Lyndon Judge's role at Microsoft?
Lyndon Judge is Software Engineer
What industry does Lyndon Judge work in?
Lyndon Judge works in the Computer Software industry.
Computer Security Engineer experienced in software engineering, digital hardware design, and hardware-software co-design with strong background in cryptography and secure design For more information about my skills and experience please visit my personal website: https://filebox.vt.edu/users/lvjudge1/Software Engineer @ Testing and quality assurance for Windows security features From November 2013 to Present (2 years 2 months) Security Researcher @ Member of the Intel Security Center of Excellence • Evaluate security of Intel SoC products for the global smartphone market • Define security requirements for SoC products based on the threat environment specific to mobile phones, while balancing the needs of internal stakeholders, OEM/ODM partners, and end user customers • Identify and mitigate security vulnerabilities in SoC design, architecture, implementation, and integration • Provide security assurance for features and services offered by Intel for mobile phone products • Received monthly "Best Bug" award for February and April 2013 recognizing outstanding work in identifying security vulnerabilities in Intel products From January 2013 to November 2013 (11 months) Research Assistant @ Implemented flexible platform-independent hardware and software framework for side channel analysis data collection Designed novel high performance hardware primitives for prime field modular arithmetic, preliminary results presented at RECONFIG 2011 and full results published in IJRC journal article, including: o Generalized architecture for polynomial-basis multiplication that overlaps reduction with partial multiplications to achieve 5X speedup over earlier work by Güneysu and Paar [DOI:10.1007/978-3-540-85053-3_5] o Extension of modular multiplier to dedicated squaring module o Optimized inversion algorithm through use of windowing method (window size of 4) and Montgomery's trick (batch inversion) o Microcoded control architecture to implemente multiple parallel point addition cores o Demonstrated fastest prime-field hardware ECDLP Developed complete implementation of cryptanalytic attack on secp112r1 elliptic curve on a hardware platform using Bluespec (Results presented at SHARCS 2012) o Evaluated suitability of Bluespec for design of complex hardware systems by comparing performance, resource usage, and design time for functionally equivalent ECDLP system designs in Bluespec and Verilog o Determined optimal parameters, specifically batch vector size and number of point addition cores, for hardware ECDLP engine design through design space exploration using Bluespec From January 2011 to December 2012 (2 years) Information Management Leadership Program Intern @ • Developed process to automate financial account reconciliation using SQL queries • Designed and implemented an automated process to track status of design elements and features required for major software releases • Drove 32% increase in compliance with contracted labor system policies • Achieved 5/5 (Outstanding) overall performance rating from immediate supervisor From May 2011 to August 2011 (4 months) Quality Assurance Intern @ • Led a team of 5 interns in developing a Selenium and Java based automated test suite to replace manual testing process for verification of software products and web applications • Personally responsible for complete design process, including gathering design requirements, defining project specification, designing architecture, leading development, and writing documentation • Delivered fully-functional prototype automated testing solution for a core web application product. From September 2010 to December 2010 (4 months) Software Engineering Intern @ • Designed and implemented an automated regression testing application to replace manual testing processes for verification of a core signal processing product • Introduced use of Linux hugepages to the software baseline used by developers company-wide to realize 20% performance improvement • Designed a framework for seamless interaction between Java applications and X-Midas macros • Developed Python scripts to perform various signal processing operations for use in a core software product From May 2010 to August 2010 (4 months) M.S., Computer Engineering, 3.85 @ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University From 2011 to 2012 B.S., Computer Engineering, 3.75 @ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University From 2009 to 2011 Associate of Science (AS), Electrical Engineering @ Northern Virginia Community College From 2007 to 2009 Lyndon Judge is skilled in: Verilog, VHDL, C++, Python, Perl, Embedded Systems, Computer Architecture, Computer Engineering, Xilinx ISE, Simulations, Hardware Security, Software Security, Firmware, System on Chip, Cryptanalysis
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