Jakub Breier

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My name is Jakub Breier. I am a researcher and evaluator, working in the field of computer security. More specifically, I am interested in hardware security, cryptography, and machine learning security.

Currently, I am working at TTControl GmbH in Vienna, Austria, focusing on securing automotive electronic control units (ECUs). Before that, I worked at Silicon Austria Labs in Graz, Austria, HP-NTU Digital Manufacturing Corporate Lab in Singapore, Underwriters Laboratories (Identity Management and Security department) in Singapore, and Temasek Laboratories at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. I am a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Certified Automotive Cybersecurity Professional (CACSP).

I am passionate about any kind of security-related research and I have been publishing works in various areas, such as side-channel and fault attacks, countermeasures for cryptographic implementations, symmetric cipher designs, risk management, organizational security evaluation, adversarial learning, automotive security, etc. For these purposes, I also like developing software and building hardware evaluation benches.

news

May 3, 2024 I will serve on the PC at The International Symposium on Cyber Security, Cryptology and Machine Learning CSCML 2024.
Dec 20, 2023 I will serve on the PC in the Hardware and System Security track at ISLPED 2024.

selected publications

  1. TDSC
    FooBaR: Fault Fooling Backdoor Attack on Neural Network Training
    Jakub Breier, Xiaolu Hou, Martı́n Ochoa, and Jesus Solano
    IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing, 2023
  2. TVLSI
    Another Look at Side-Channel-Resistant Encoding Schemes
    Xiaolu Hou, Jakub Breier, and Mladen Kovačević
    IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems, 2024
  3. ARES
    RMF: A Risk Measurement Framework for Machine Learning Models (to appear)
    Jan Schröder, and Jakub Breier
    In International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES), 2024