Carlo Meijer

PhD candidate in Digital Security

Personal

Hi. I'm a PhD candidate at the Digital security group at the Radboud University Nijmegen. I'm currently under supervision of Bart Jacobs.

My research focuses on analysis of already-deployed cryptographic systems in the wild. As of today, many people rely on cryptographic systems on a daily basis. Be it your through web browser, your public transport e-ticket, or your wireless router. Some of these systems have gone through extensive scrutiny. However, many have not.

Within this category, the systems are often difficult to analyze because proper documentation and/or source code is unavailable to the public. Sometimes the difficulty of analysis is even relied on for security, which is a terrible idea. Most of my research follows a pattern of uncovering the details and inner workings of a system through reverse engineering, and subsequently analyzing (and often breaking) its security.

Researcher at Midnight Blue Labs

I take on projects at Midnight Blue Labs. If you find my research interesting to read, you may want to consider hiring me as a consultant.

Education

2018/19 (Teaching Assistant): Operating Systems Security (NWI-IBC034)

2017/18 (Teaching Assistant): Hacking in C (NWI-IBC025) (course website)

2017/18 (Teaching Assistant): Operating Systems Security (NWI-IBC034) (course website)

Publications

Contact Details

Carlo Meijer
(PGP)
Digital Security (DS), iCIS
Mercator 1 building, office 3.03
Toernoeiveld 212
6525 EC Nijmegen