Dmitry Nedospasov

Dmitry Nedospasov is a hardware design and security engineer, security researcher, trainer, speaker and reverse-engineerer. In 2014 Dmitry received his PhD (Dr-Ing.) in IC Security at TU Berlin.

His academic research mostly focused on developing new and novel techniques for semi- and fully-invasive IC analysis. Dmitry is also a member of the German Chaos Computer Club, or CCC.

Dmitry is renowned for his hardware reverse-engineering techniques and his unique hybrid hardware/software analysis workflow. He is experienced in analyzing anything ranging from electronics and embedded protocols to ICs at a gate and transistor level. He also has extensive experience in capturing, manipulating and emulating embedded protocols to bypass the security of embedded systems.

In 2016, Dmitry created Toothless Consulting, a consulting company focusing primarily on providing customers hardware security consulting and design services.

In 2019, after the success of the wallet.fail presentation at 35c3, Dmitry co-founded Keylabs Inc. a company focusing on services and solutions for blockchain security.

Upcoming Trainings with Dmitry Nedospasov

Introduction to Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs)

Learn the basics of working with Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) using Lattice FPGAs and open source tools.

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Hardware Hacking and Instrumentation with FPGAs

Learn how to instrument hardware from python and attack and analyze other hardware targets using Xilinx 7-series FPGAs.

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