My research is on network security in the broad sense and involves extensive data science and Internet measurement. My current research efforts build on the successes of my doctoral research, in which I successfully fused large-scale, independent Internet measurement data to characterize Internet-wide Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) activity and global attack mitigation solutions.
I am a task manager in the CONCORDIA project, which is a European cybersecurity pilot to boost the future of cybersecurity in the EU (CONCORDIA is funded through the EU H2020 research and innovation programme). I also work as chief big data architect on the award-winning OpenINTEL project, in which we measure a sizable part of the Domain Name System (DNS) for academic research.
Ph.D. in CS (cum laude)
University of Twente