The Asymmetric Difference

Our mission is to be the most trusted security firm on the planet. We are the team that web3 founders turn to when the stakes couldn’t be higher.

Embedded & engaged

Asymmetric believes that the benefits of building in the open far exceed proprietary patterns; openness and transparency are core to the web3 ethos. We radiate toward projects that share these values, aiming to be a seamless extension of our client’s core team by embedding deeply; we join standups, strategy calls, and boards, and we are committed to helping you win.

$5B+

in potential loss avoidances from research discoveries and responsible disclosure efforts

90+

years of combined team industry experience and connections

100+

blockchain security incidents supported

Our Team

Members of our team have been strongly committed to open-source values for decades, having worked at organizations with deep open-source roots and strong security programs including Google, Netflix, Mozilla, Stripe, and Jump Crypto. We pride ourselves on maintaining the highest levels of confidentiality, trust, and professionalism.

Jonathan Claudius

Jonathan Claudius

Chief Executive Officer

Felix Wilhelm

Felix Wilhelm

Chief Technology Officer

Jeff Schroeder

Jeff Schroeder

Principal Security Engineer

Marc-André Tremblay

Marc-André Tremblay

Technical Advisor

Dirk Brink

Dirk Brink

Security Engineer

Matt Johnstone

Matt Johnstone

Security Engineer

Nick Lang

Nick Lang

Security Engineer

Maxwell Dulin

Maxwell Dulin

Security Engineer

John Saigle

John Saigle

Security Engineer

Nicholas Guenther

Nicholas Guenther

Security Engineer

Gearl Brace

Gearl Brace

Systems Engineer

Anthony Laou Hine Tsuei

Anthony Laou Hine Tsuei

Security Engineer

Mark Cavallo

Mark Cavallo

Growth Lead

Giuseppe Cocomazzi

Giuseppe Cocomazzi

Security Engineer

Careers

We are always looking for strong security engineers and researchers interested in solving some of the hardest challenges in web3.

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