23C3 - 1.5

23rd Chaos Communication Congress
Who can you trust?

Veranstaltungen
SIP Security

Jan Seedorf

Jan Seedorf is a research assistant in the computer science department at the University of Hamburg, Germany. His research interests include the security of VoIP systems and the security of P2P systems.

Jan Seedorf received a B.Sc. degree in 2001 and a Diploma degree in 2002 in computer science from the University of Hamburg, Germany, with special focus on IT-security. Since 2002 he is a research assistent at the computer science department at the University of Hamburg, Germany. There he is conducting teaching and research within the “Security in Distributed Systems” group, working towards a Ph.D. degree. Formerly, he used to be an active member of the anti-Virus-Test-Center (aVTC), testing the quality of AntiMalware Software. His current research focuses on the security of Voice over IP systems, and the security of peer-to-peer networks. In particular he is interested in the session initiation protocol (SIP), and the security of structured overlay networks and distributed hash tables.