Dr. Jeffrey Dwoskin specializes in information security and networking and works as an expert testifier. Dr. Dwoskin leads engagements that help clients manage information security risk and resolve intellectual property matters, including litigation, regulatory matters, and proactive efforts. His work has covered topics such as information and physical security, computer architecture, mobile phones, embedded systems, Internet of Things devices, operating systems, network applications and protocols, and source code analysis. He has testified in court and at deposition in numerous matters, and has submitted expert reports, declarations, and affidavits on behalf of clients.
Dr. Dwoskin has also given numerous presentations on security issues at conferences, including at IEEE GlobeCom and the ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security.
He was the co-founder of Faradic Internet Services and also worked at numerous tech organizations, including VMware, Hewlett Packard Research Labs, Microsoft, and the Department of Defense Information Security Lab.
Dr. Dwoskin conducted his doctoral research on computer processor design that enhances security for accessing sensitive data.
He received a B.S. in electrical and computer engineering from Rutgers University, an M.A. in electrical engineering from Princeton University, and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Princeton University.
"A Framework for Testing Hardware-Software Security Architectures." Jeffrey S. Dwoskin, Mahadevan Gomathisankaran, Yu-Yuan Chen, and Ruby B. Lee. In
Proc. 26th Annual Computer Security Applications Conference, December 2010. "Securing the Use of Sensitive Data on Remote Devices Using a Hardware-Software Architecture." Jeffrey S. Dwoskin, Ph.D. Dissertation, Princeton University, June 2010.
"Securing the Dissemination of Emergency Response Data with an Integrated Hardware-Software Architecture." Timothy Levin, Jeffrey S. Dwoskin, Ganesha Bhaskara, Thuy Nguyen, Paul Clark, Ruby B. Lee, Cynthia Irvine, and Terry Benzel. In
Proc. 2nd International Conference on Trusted Computing (TRUST '09), April 2009.
Hardware Trust Anchors in SP-Enabled Processors. Ruby B. Lee and Jeffrey S. Dwoskin. US Patent 9,317,708, filed August 14, 2009, and issued April 19, 2016.