Lead Cryptographic Developer @ Hotpyp Leveraging cryptographic security to build the future of cyber trust. Walnut Creek, CALead Software Engineer @ Innoventry • Technical Lead for several projects for a network of secure automated ATM financial kiosks that utilized face recognition biometrics. Attend ASC X9F Security Standards meeting and contributed to the ANSI X9.24-1 standards document. Engineered...
Lead Cryptographic Developer @ Hotpyp Leveraging cryptographic security to build the future of cyber trust. Walnut Creek, CALead Software Engineer @ Innoventry • Technical Lead for several projects for a network of secure automated ATM financial kiosks that utilized face recognition biometrics. Attend ASC X9F Security Standards meeting and contributed to the ANSI X9.24-1 standards document. Engineered server applications using Java, JNDI and LDAP. Engineered client applications using ASP, HTML, XML, VBScript, C++, C#, COM, IE and IIS. From 1999 to 2001 (2 years) Senior Software Engineer @ Spyrus • Engineer on the SET (Visa and MasterCard’s Secure Electronic Transactions protocol) toolkit using C on NT and UNIX. Enhance and maintain the toolkit, understand the SET security policies and protocols, and protocols such as SSL/TLS, PKCS, X509, ASN.1, and CRLs. From 1998 to 1999 (1 year) Senior Software Engineer, Software Engineer @ Prior Engineering Experience Prior software engineering history available upon request. C programming. Companies included Novell and RSA. From January 1988 to October 1998 (10 years 10 months) Principal Software Engineer and Data Analyst @ Marin Software • Engineer search ad-tech management software solutions for big data using Java, Dropwizard, Kafka, Hadoop, and Oozie.• Performance analysis of micro-services, Spark, OLAP Presto+ORC and Kudu in Cloudera CDH, using Python, JMeter, Gatling, and R.• Created dev-support scripts in python to interact with HDFS, Oozie, and restful services.• Improve customer success and efficiency by delivering overlooked and difficult to implement solutions, full-stack development.• Hackathon project on cross browser user identification in R. From April 2015 to April 2019 (4 years 1 month) San Francisco Bay AreaPrincipal Software Engineer (contractor and FTE) @ DigitalGlobe • Cloud Services Engineer for high-resolution earth imagery products and services.• Performance analysis of operational data using R and Shiny.• Full Stack Development of the My DigitalGlobe web site using Backbone, Java, Spring, Jersey RESTful and Postgres SQL programming.• Maintain an existing backend Java based image processing application and system.• Re-architect, design and engineer that application to improve image quality.• Develop a web based image-rating service.• Write python production support applications interfacing to DB and other systems.• Full Agile development process. From 2012 to 2015 (3 years) Walnut Creek, CASenior Enterprise Architect @ General Electric • Software Security Architect for GE Global Research Software Center of Excellence.• Developed software using Java, Camel, and OSGI. From 2012 to 2012 (less than a year) San Ramon, CAPlatform and Infrastructure Architect @ MSCI Inc. • Participate in the architecture, design, and implementation of the MSCI common platform components.• Research existing messaging system for areas of improvement. Created roadmap document outlining near, medium and long-term options. Implemented near and medium term solutions, which increased responsiveness, scalability and robustness of the messaging system.• Work with offshore team on application development and debugging. From 2011 to 2012 (1 year) Berkeley, CAPrincipal Software Engineer and Architect @ Sony Ericsson • At Sony Ericsson I participated in the architecture, design, and implementation of the PlayStation Pocket and XperiaPlay applications on the Sony Ericsson Android Xperia Play phone.• The PlayStation Pocket application provides a consistent user interface for viewing installed and available PS1 games, and the XperiaPlay application is for viewing partner games. I worked closely with both internal and Sony architects and engineers on the user experience, store integration, downloading of content, and PS1 game launching security.• I lead a team of 5 to implement security application components.• I have added new UI animation features to the XperiaPlay application, and added a service integration component. From 2009 to 2011 (2 years) Software Architect and Engineer (full and part time) @ Independent Consultant Independent architecture and software consultant for various companies, specializing in mobile, security and payment systems.• Citizen Sports Inc. (now owned by Yahoo!), San Francisco, CaliforniaAt Citizen Sports, built the first Android version of Live Scores (now Yahoo! Sports). Shortly after release it had almost 4 million downloads, a 4.3 user rating, and is one the top sports apps on the Android Market Place. Created the overall architecture that is still being used for all sports. Implemented the Major League Baseball and NFL and NCAA Football components.• Ahoy Software – Pleasant Hill, CaliforniaCo-conceived, designed, and built BizWeigh, a business utility application for the Apple iPhone. Initial prototyping was done on Google Android.• Cedaron Medical – Davis, CaliforniaSoftware Development Manager for an electronic medical records software company used by both large hospital systems and private practices. Managed a team of 8 engineers whose duties included software engineering, customer service and support, testing, and also some project management. Technologies: VB.NET, C++ and SQLServer 2005, HL7.• Safe Data Sharing – Palo Alto, CaliforniaArchitected, designed, and developed a Java based security system for an early stage startup. The technology allows the enterprise to share its sensitive data in ways that eliminate the risks of exposure - inadvertent or intentional. Leveraged Java 1.5 and XML technologies. Developed security protocols using the latest encryption and hashing technologies. Built Ruby on Rails web based schema editor and application distributor, and a REST based remote key repository. Built a Groovy/SWT/Java based GUI application. Technologies: Java 1.5, JCA, JCE, XPATH, JAXB, XSLT, XSD, XML Security, Ruby on Rails (RoR), AES, DESede, SHA1-HMAC, MD5. From 2006 to 2009 (3 years) Lead Architect and Engineer @ Blaze Mobile • Lead Architect and Engineer for a cutting-edge mobile financial applications solution provider including online bill payments and funds transfer.• Lead the server applications team.• Architect and hands on development of integration solutions with financial institution partners.• Architect, design and integrate, a mobile advertising solution using Atlas AdManager.• Evaluate and recommend PCI solutions. Design and implement security architecture for encrypting sensitive data to comply with PCI standards using Java and SafeNet (Ingrian) NAE.• Prototype back office operations application in Ruby on Rails.• Technologies: Java, Java Security, Ingrian, JOX, SQLServer, JBoss Seam, Tomcat, Eclipse, Ant, JSON, web services From 2008 to 2008 (less than a year) Principal Software Engineer and Architect @ Arcot • Architect, design and develop Arcot Systems security software.• Leveraged Java 1.5 to build the latest version of the KeyAuthority component of the WebFort product. This included a key vault maintenance kit to allow import and exporting of cryptographic keying material in the PKCS#11 formats on an Arcot Software Smart Card.• This also included a web services (Apace Axis) based server to interface with the key storage repository.• Architect and build prototype integrations of Arcot authentication solutions for Oracle Access Manger and Netegrity SiteMinder. From 2007 to 2008 (1 year) Security Architect @ Accenture • Application Security Architect for CSAA (www.csaa.com) online registration and single-sign on implementation. Hosted on Vignette Application Portal. Mentored team engineers.• Lead Application Security Architect, Identity Management, on California’s largest IT project to date; the Department of Child Support Services Child Support Enforcement project (CCSAS-CSE). This included leading a team of 3-4 people across different disciplines and from different companies. Lead team meetings that often included executive staff. These meetings and this team determined the overall direction and delivery of the identity management security architecture. • The CCSAS-CSE project required both intranet and internet application security solutions. Architected both a Single Sign-On solution using Tivoli Access Manager and J2EE applications, and a J2EE only security solution. Leveraged common Role Bases Access Control (RBAC) components across both architectures. Worked with Java, J2EE and LDAP security architectures. Worked with Websphere Application Server (WAS) and Websphere Studio Application Developer (WSAD) environments.• Subject Matter Expert on Tivoli Access Manager.• Consulted on State of Washington Department of Personnel SAP and WebSEAL integration.• Designed and implemented an automated security configuration management tool.• Contributed to Accenture to career coaching network and presented at regional community meeting. From 2003 to 2006 (3 years) Web Development Lead @ Wells Fargo • Lead technical development for a team of 5 in the Risk Systems Group on two web development projects. Internal banking workers use these applications to manage loss processing. From 2002 to 2003 (1 year)
Lead Cryptographic Developer
Walnut Creek, CA
Lead Software Engineer
1999 to 2001
Senior Software Engineer
1998 to 1999
Prior Engineering Experience
Senior Software Engineer, Software Engineer
January 1988 to October 1998
Principal Software Engineer and Data Analyst
April 2015 to April 2019
San Francisco Bay Area
Principal Software Engineer (contractor and FTE)
2012 to 2015
Walnut Creek, CA
Senior Enterprise Architect
2012 to 2012
San Ramon, CA
Platform and Infrastructure Architect
2011 to 2012
Principal Software Engineer and Architect
2009 to 2011
Software Architect and Engineer (full and part time)
2006 to 2009
Lead Architect and Engineer
2008 to 2008
Principal Software Engineer and Architect
2007 to 2008
2003 to 2006
Web Development Lead
2002 to 2003
What company does Mark Von Der Lieth work for?
Mark Von Der Lieth works for Hotpyp
What is Mark Von Der Lieth's role at Hotpyp?
Mark Von Der Lieth is Lead Cryptographic Developer
What industry does Mark Von Der Lieth work in?
Mark Von Der Lieth works in the Computer Software industry.
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