ORG MIT Kerberos Consortium Title BIO Thomas Hardjono is Strategic Advisor and Technologist at the MIT Kerberos Consortium. Previous to this role he was Principal Scientist within the CTO Office at Wave Systems, where he worked on bringing trusted computing technologies, such as the TPM and FDE drives, into mainstream computing systems. Prior to this he was CTO at SignaCert, which is a startup company also focusing on trusted computing products. Throughout his 17 year career in the computer and IP network security industry Thomas has primarily been engaged in advanced technologies and engineering. This includes 5 years as Principal Scientist and Director within the CTO Office of VeriSign, and several years in Bay Networks (Nortel) and NTT/ATR in Japan. His area of interest includes network security, cryptography, multicast security, PKI, wireless security, digital rights management and trusted computing. Over the years Thomas has published over fifty technical papers in journals and conferences, and three books on security. Thomas holds 19 patents covering various security and networking technologies. Thomas is active in a number of technical communities and standards organizations, including the IETF, IEEE, TCG and Oasis. In the IETF Thomas was chair of the Multicast Security (MSEC) working group and the Group Security Research Group. He is an author of RFC 3740 and RFC 3547. Thomas is also co-chair of the TCG Infrastructure Working Group. He is author and editor of a number of core TCG specifications, including the TCG Reference Architecture for Interoperability specification and the TNC Architecture specification (v1.0). He is an active speaker at various security forums, panels and events. Thomas has a PhD degree in Computer Science from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.