John Kristoff

Adjunct Faculty // Telecommunication & Networking, Networking, Security
College of Computing and Digital Media
John Kristoff

Bio and Research Information

John is a network architect in the Information Services division and adjunct faculty member in the College of Computing and Digital Media at DePaul University. He is also a PhD candidate in Computer Science at the University of Illinois Chicago studying under the tutelage of Chris Kanich. He also currently serves as a research fellow at ICANN, sits on the John’s primary career interests, experience, and expertise are in Internet infrastructure, Internet measurement, and internetwork security. John is or has been associated with a number of other organizations and projects in associated fields of research and technology, some of which include: DNS-OARC,, Dragon Research Group (DRG), IETF, FIRST, Internet2, Neustar - formerly UltraDNS, Northwestern University, nsp-security, ops-trust, REN-ISAC, and Team Cymru.

Research Area

Telecommunication & Networking, Networking, Security

Specific Research Area

TCP/IP protocols, end-to-end issues, information security, measurement, routing and naming.

Schedule for Spring 2020-2021

Courses Taught at DePaul

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