After spending almost ten years leading security threat analysis and research at Intel, Eclypsium co-founder Yuriy Bulygin, went on to build an open source platform called CHIPSEC, which is now the industry’s leading open-source project for hardware security assessment.
In 2015, Yuriy and another Intel colleague, Alex Bazhaniuk, joined forces to found Eclypsium for the same reason CHIPSEC was created.
Their founding thesis was this: In order to operate, companies have to trust the code and hardware in every device they depend on. If they don’t, then every employee, stakeholder, and customer deals with the downstream effects of data breaches, network outages, and other violations that chip away at even more trust.
We see it as critical to have a world with more trust in the hardware, firmware and software tech we use, and make a positive impact on building trustworthy and resilient infrastructure.