Eoin Carroll

Date Published: October, 20, 2022

Principal Product Cybersecurity Engineer

Eoin Carroll received a MSc in Networking and Security from Cork Institute of Technology, and a Higher Diploma in Applied Physics from the National University of Ireland Maynooth, in 2011 and 2000 respectively. He has been a member of – and represents – Toyota Motor North America at the TCG MARS, IoT and TPM Work Groups since February 2022. Eoin has 10 years’ experience as an Electronic Engineer on FPGAs, Chipsets and medical devices which focus on new product features, verification and risk evaluation. He has an additional 11 years’ experience in Cybersecurity where he currently serves as a Principal Product Cybersecurity Engineer in Toyota Motor North America’s Vehicle Product Cybersecurity Group. Prior to working at Toyota Motor North America, he served a Principal Engineer at McAfee focused on Advanced Threat Research and Platform security. Eoin has experience within a number of areas including vehicle systems cybersecurity, operating system internals, network protocols, embedded systems, product engineering, threat modeling, vulnerability analysis, reverse engineering, penetration testing and platform security mitigations.


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