I am a PhD candidate and computer security researcher at Stanford University, advised by Dan Boneh. My research interests include Computers Security and Systems, Mobile Security and Privacy, Applied Cryptography and Network and Web Security and Privacy. Previously, I worked in industry as a development team leader, independent contractor, and software engineer, mostly in the fields of networks, embedded software and security. My work has been covered by BBC, Wired, Engadget, KQED, and other media outlets. I'm mostly pround of being top-ranked on HackerNews. Finally, I'm lucky to be married to Katharina Roesler. Check out what she's doing.