I am professor of cybersecurity at Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences. My research interests include software security, offensive security testing and reverse engineering. I offer cybersecurity lectures in advanced semesters, such as digital forensics, mobile security, or software reverse engineering, and I also enjoy teaching computer science basics.
I have been working as a full time professional in the information security industry since 2007. Since then, I have advised corporate groups, large enterprises, and public authorities on cybersecurity topics, and have delivered countless security assessments, penetration tests and trainings. I also uncovered and responsibly disclosed a wide range of vulnerabilities in popular and widely used software. I am co-founder of NESO Security Labs GmbH in Heilbronn.
On a regular basis, I am presenting my research results in various magazines and journals as well as on both academic and industry conferences (OWASP, DeepSec, Shakacon, Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium, etc.). I am also a writer for heise and write articles for heise online, c’t, iX and Mac & i.
I enjoy spending my free time with my family or on my bikes. I believe that the ideal number of bikes is
I am looking forward to your contact.