Tobias Fiebig is an assistant professor in the Engineering Systems and Services section. He has a MSc degree in System and Network Engineering (SNE) from University of Amsterdam, and obtained a PhD in computer science from TU Berlin. His overall research interest is on how system and network engineering can become more secure by design. For this purpose, he combines the development of technical research tools with qualitative and quantitative methods. His personal page at TU Delft can be found at: http://homepage.tudelft.nl/2x09j/
"Oh yes! over-preparing for meetings is my jam :)"
The Gendered Experiences of System Administrators
Mannat Kaur / Harshini Sri Ramulu / Yasemin Acar / Tobias Fiebig
An empirical view on the digital sovereignty of six governments in the midst of geopolitical tensions
Bernardus Jansen / Natalia Kadenko / Dennis Broeders / Michel van Eeten / Kevin Borgolte / Tobias Fiebig
Security at the End of the Tunnel: The Anatomy of VPN Mental Models Among Experts and Non-Experts in a Corporate Context
V.F. Binkhorst / T. Fiebig / Katharina Krombholz / Wolter Pieters / K. Labunets
Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Detecting Orphaned Web Pages at Internet-Scale
S.R.G. Pletinckx / K. Borgolte / T. Fiebig
SoK: A framework for asset discovery
Systematizing advances in network measurements for protecting organizations
Mathew Vermeer / Jonathan West / Alejandro Cuevas / Shuonan Niu / Nicolas Christin / Michel Van Eeten / Carlos Gañán / Tyler Moore / T. Fiebig
CSCW Recognition Award for Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion
Recognitions for Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion represent strong examples of work that focuses on or serves minorities, otherwise excluded individuals or populations, or intervenes in systemic structures of inequality.
ACM Conference On Computer-Supported Cooperative Work And Social Computing