Decades of Experience in IoT Cybersecurity

BG Networks’ team has decades of experience in IoT Cybersecurity and Embedded Design in the Automotive, Consumer, and Industrial industries. We are passionate about securing, updating, and monitoring IoT devices in the field and protecting your assets from adversarial attacks. We’ve collectively experienced the difficulty and challenges in implementing cybersecurity for IoT devices and have developed tools, processes, and resources to make it easy for you to design, implement, and maintain.

Our Mission: Make it easy to do IoT cybersecurity right.

Colin Duggan


Before founding BG Networks in 2020, Colin worked at Analog Devices (ADI) for 29 years in various engineering, management, and marketing leadership roles managing teams located in U.S., China, Europe, and India. Colin’s experience includes work in automotive, consumer, industrial, and aerospace & defense markets.

As the ADI Director of Automotive Cybersecurity and Systems Engineering, he continuously advocated for cybersecurity in embedded projects and assisted in acquiring a cybersecurity company to improve ADI’s competency in that technology.

Roman Lysekcy


Dr. Lysecky is the CTO of BG Networks and a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Arizona. He is an expert on embedded systems, IoT security, medical device security, automated threat detection and mitigation, performance and energy optimization, and non-intrusive observation methods. He is an author of over 100 research publications in top journals and conferences.

Dr. Lysecky was instrumental in content development for an Ed Tech startup called zyBooks. zyBooks was acquired by John Wiley & Sons in 2019.

Jerzy Rozenblit

FOUNDER / Senior Research Scientist

Dr. Jerzy Rozenblit is Senior Research Scientist at BG Networks and Distinguished Professor,  Raymond J. Oglethorpe Endowed Chair in the Electrical and Computer Engineering, with a joint appointment in the Department of Surgery at the University of Arizona. He is an expert in design and analysis of complex, computer-based systems, hardware/software codesign, and simulation modeling.  He served as a research scientist and visiting professor at Siemens AG and Infineon AG Central Research and Development Laboratories in Munich, where he was instrumental in the development of codesign frameworks for embedded systems. He directs the Life-Critical Computing Systems Initiative, a research enterprise intended to improve the reliability, safety, and cybersecurity of technologies in healthcare and life-critical applications.