Dean Liberty, Advanced Micro Devices

Date Published: August, 23, 2016

AMD Fellow, Advanced Micro Devices

Dean Liberty is a member of the AMD Product Security Office and a Security R&D Fellow. In addition to being AMD’s primary representative to the TCG Board of Directors, he participates in several technical work groups, including the Cyber Resilient Technologies Work Group and the Virtualized Platform Work Group.

Dean has over 30 years of industry experience working with both hardware and software. His other interests include Reliability/Availability/Serviceability, the hardware/software interface, and parallel processing.



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