Rutgers & Posch and Olym advise Intrinsic ID on BOM investment

Rutgers & Posch advises Intrinsic ID, an innovative company specialising in cybersecurity, on an EUR 2.5 mln investment from BOM Brabant Ventures. Intrinsic ID will use the investment to further develop and commercialise its patented SRAM PUF technology, which is used to create a unique ‘fingerprint’ for chips to protect internet of things hardware against cyber attacks.

The Rutgers & Posch team consists of Kees Westermann and Wouter van den Wildenberg. They advise Intrinsic ID with Marcel van de Vorst of Olym Advocaten.