Tim Stamp is a Security Architect based in Brighton, UK.
I build secure systems, login portals, U2F/2FA/FIDO/OAuth/PKI integrations, session management, admin interfaces, system interconnects, encrypted comms channels, plugins, webhooks, and fine-grained security models.
- Secure architecture review & design
- Security awareness training and education for non-technical & technical staff
- Convey to senior management to understand the threat landscape
- Conduct scenario-based risk/cost analysis and threat mitigation
- Carry out checks on local and cloud infrastructure and networks
- Evaluate physical and virtual access points
- Proof-read policies and procedures
- Review documentation for artefacts showing secure design
- Build microservices to fulfil internal security functions
- Investigate handling of, and access to, sensitive data
- Design and implement authentication architecture, including 2FA, OAuth, FIDO integration
- Audit system logs for unusual or suspicious activity
- Implement IDS and IPS solutions to protect internal systems
- Work closely with developers and engineers to ensure secure system implementation
- Recent experience with ISO 27001 guidance
- Guidance and application of secret transition and key rotation
- Source code analysis and review
One of my services is the design and construction of secure microservices and micro web-apps for internal and external use. I specialise in high-security low-footprint scalable microservices. I’m also experienced in modernising legacy systems, and building complex authentication/authorisation services.
I graduated with a BSc Hons in Secure and Forensic Computing in 2009. Since then, I’ve worked in several security and software engineering roles, and am now moving into consultancy and freelance work. Check out my LinkedIn profile for more work history.
I built a site called DayLogr, it’s a simple journal/diary tool, used to track personal events.
I also wrote a Progressive Web App password generator called PwGen.
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