Christian Kreibich
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Short Bio

I received my Diplom in Computer Science from TUM in 2002. I then completed the Ph.D. program at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory. There, I was one of the brains juggled by Jon Crowcroft, my supervisor and pub coach. In 2006 I moved on to ICSI's Networking and Security group, where I am a senior research scientist. My research focuses on topics in network monitoring, distributed systems, and network security.

From 2012 until mid-2017 I headed the networking team at Lastline. From 2014 through 2015 I served on OISF's advisory board. I'm currently enjoying a return to all things Bro at Corelight.

I'm German, though they say I have a sense of humor.

Conferences & Workshops

PC memberships:

APWG eCrime 14/13/12
BADGERS 11
CoNEXT 15/14/13/12
CSET 12/11
DIMVA 17/11/09/08/07
EUROSEC 14/12/11/10/09
FC 14
HotNets 14
IEEE S&P 14
IMC 12/11/10
LEET 12/10
NDSS 15/14/11/10
NPSec 13
RAID 13/12/11/10
USENIX Sec 12
WECSR 12
WOOT 10
WWW 13

Chairing and other organizational work:

CoNEXT 2012, Travel Grant Chair
DIMVA 2010, PC Chair
RAID 2010, Publications Chair
SIGCOMM 2015, Travel Grant Co-Chair
SPW 2012, Treasurer & Registr. Chair
TMA 2013, Co-Chair
DIMVA Steering Committee
SPW Steering Committee

Recent Publications

More papers, including forthcoming work.

Projects

Haystack » understand your mobile device's traffic (Android app)

Netalyzr » debug your internet (Android app)

Fathom » turn your browser into a measurement platform

Priv3 » practical third-party privacy for the social web

Click Trajectories » end-to-end analysis of the spam value chain

Spamalytics » measuring spam conversion

Bro » ultra-flexible traffic analysis

CCIED » fighting internet epidemics

Honeycomb » automatic signature generation

Interviews, press coverage, etc.

Miscellaneous

How to ask for datasets

A conference travel grants HOWTO (for grad students)

How spam works » a real-world spam transaction

Browser use over the course of a day

Adsense's JavaScript dissected

Software

Rich Stevens' sock program

libstree » generic suffix trees

Netdude » pluggable trace manipulation

Broccoli » let Bro talk to anything

cache.h » an STL-style cache (painful!)

A parser for Google Scholar

updated on 06 June 17 | yummy spam, yesss... built with TT | (cc) Christian Kreibich