Jason M. Fung is the Director of Offensive Security Research and Academic Research Engagement at Intel. He oversees the security assurance and emerging threat research of key technologies that power Intel’s edge, communication, and data center products. In addition, he leads academic and industry collaborations that advance product security assurance best practices for the semiconductor industry. Recent contributions include the creation of the community-driven Hardware Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE)
, and the industry-first Hardware Capture-the-Flag Competitions (HackAtEvent.org
) that inspire researchers to address some of the toughest challenges in hardware security. He is a founding member of the CAPEC/CWE Advisory Board. He has more than two decades of industry experience in SoC architecture and performance, verification automation, product security consultation, penetration testing, path-finding, risk management, and engineering management. He has five US patents and more than 20 publications in peer-reviewed academic, industry, and Intel technical conferences.