I am a researcher between the field of network measurement using large-scale datasets, computer security and human factors in computer security (especially system administration). My current research projects include work on using DNS for security measurements, investigations of IPv6 deployment (and security), and, large-scale misconfiguration on the internet and the human factors that contribute to them. In addition to that, I also enjoy interacting with students, either in giving lectures or in supervising thesises and projects. Besides my academic interests, I am also a successful freelance system and network engineer, experienced in improving the maintainability, security, and resillience of complex infrastructures.
Bhargava Shastry, Markus Leutner, Tobias Fiebig, Kashyap Thimmaraju, Fabian Yamaguchi, Konrad Rieck, Stefan Schmid, Jean-Pierre Seifert, Anja Feldmann, Conference on Research in Attacks, Intrusions and Defenses (RAID), 2017.
Tobias Fiebig, Anja Feldmann, Matthias Petschick, SafeConfig'16, CCS Workshops.
Tobias Fiebig, Janis Danisevski, Marta Piekarska, CSET 2014, USENIX Security Workshops.
Tobias Fiebig, Jan Krissler, Ronny Hänsch, WOOT 2014, USENIX Security Workshops.
January 2015 - Dezember 2017
Creating usable End-to-End encryption implementations, securing day-to-day communications without relying on central infrastructure (PKI).
Responsible for the TU Berlin portions of the proposal; conceptualization, application, budgeting and integration among the partners.
Since October 2017
March 2017 - May 2017
June 2015 - December 2017
Constanze Dietrich, "Human Factors as Security Risks in IT Operations: An Empirical Evaluation of Operators' Experiences with Security Misconfigurations", Examiners: Tobias Fiebig, Ilse Schmiedecke, Prof. Dr. Agathe Merceron.
Winterterm 2014 / 2015
Summer Term 2014
September 2013 - Present
September 2012 - July 2013
Grade: 7.8 GPA (US Letter Grade: A)
October 2008 - August 2012
Majors: Cognitive Psychology, Philosophy of Mind, Artificial Intelligence, Computational Linguistics and Computer Science, Grade: Very Good.
Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Meeting No. 98, Chicago, Presenting first steps towards scanning IPv6 globally in an industry context, with a special focus on transferring academic insights to industry players.
33C3: 33rd Chaos Communication Congress, Hamburg, Presenting first steps towards scanning IPv6 globally.
Ringkolloquium: Digitale Herausforderungen, Berlin, Presenting on operations personell as overlooked part of security and usability research.
20. Kryptotag der Gesellschaft für Informatik, Berlin, Using hardware reverse engineering as a tool to teach high-school students about computer science.
Representing a German NGO.
Representing a German NGO.