Jan Schaumann

Jan Schaumann

Long
Jan Schaumann has worked in various System and Infrastructure Administration, -Architecture, and -Security related functions in both small scale academic as well as massive industry-leader corporate enterprise environments. In addition, he is also an adjunct professor of Computer Science at Stevens Institute of Technology, where he teaches classes in System Administration and UNIX Programming.

With this unique background, Jan has over 18 years of extensive real-world experience in the practice and teaching of System Administration and Information Security. He has given presentations on various topics at both national and international venues.

Jan has still not given up his work on a course book on System Administration. He lives with his wife and two daughters in New York City, where you may find him riding a large skateboard. You may feel free to buy him a beer anytime.

You can follow him on Twitter: @jschauma


Short
Jan Schaumann is a coincidental Paranoid Infrastructure Security Architect, adjunct professor of Computer Science, and Actual Human at "The Internet". With over 18 years of experience and a focus on the social aspects of Information Security in both small scale deployments and academia as well as in enormous high-availability infrastructures serving millions of users, he spends most of his time worrying about online privacy, infrastructure security, and solving people problems.

You can follow him on Twitter: @jschauma


Short (informal)
Jan Schaumann spends a lot of time worrying about infrastructure security, about online privacy, and scalable system architecture, administration and operations. Fortunately for him, companies of different sizes have seen it fit to pay him to do more or less just that.

You can follow him on Twitter: @jschauma


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