|OpenPGP fingerprint||D961 95E0 4D80 45FF 4160 FD17 28D9 A6F3 64EB 7512|
|Status||Debian Maintainer since 2014-09-01|
Benjamin received Bachelors degrees in Mathematics and Chemistry from the University of Illinois in 2007, and a Ph.D. from MIT in Chemistry in 2012. At MIT, he was involved with the Student Information Processing Board, helping to maintain Debathena, a set of Debian packages providing the Athena computing environment, and helping to run their AFS cell and several other services.
After graduating, he joined the MIT Kerberos Consortium as staff, where he stayed until 2015. His work in that area included Kerberos for Windows, the krb5 security team, AFS security improvements, and involvement in the IETF, where he became co-chair of the Kitten working group.
Since 2015, he is a software engineer at Akamai Technologies, Inc., where he contributes to OpenSSL and remains involved in the IETF.
He is currently co-chair of the IETF Kitten working group, a member of the krb5 security team, OpenAFS Guardian and Security Officer, and co-chair of the AFS-3 Standardization working group. He is the Debian maintainer for openafs, and an uploader for krb5.
|2016-09-07||2020-01-04||DD, upl.||Benjamin Kaduk||bjk||Closed||christoph|