Dr. Brenden Kuerbis is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Public Policy and a former Fellow in Internet Security Governance at the Citizen Lab, Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto. His research focuses on the governance of Internet identifiers (e.g., domain names, IP addresses) and the intersection of nation-state cybersecurity concerns with forms of Internet governance. Dr Kuerbis is currently researching governance structures to secure Internet routing as part of a NSF Secure and Trustworthy Computing (SaTC) project. Kuerbis’ research has been featured in Circle ID, Forbes, Washington Internet Daily and academic publications including International Studies Review and Telecommunications Policy , and in the book, Opening Standards: The Global Politics of Interoperability, by MIT Press. He received his Ph.D. from the Syracuse University iSchool.
M. Mueller, A. Schmidt, B. Kuerbis (2013) Internet Security and Networked Governance in International Relations, 86-104. In International Studies Review 15 (1).
Milton Mueller, Brenden Kuerbis, Hadi Asghari (2012) Dimensioning the Elephant: An Empirical Analysis of the IPv4 Number Market. In 2012 TPRC: 40th Research Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy.
Brenden Kuerbis, Milton Mueller (2011) Negotiating a New Governance Hierarchy: An Analysis of the Conflicting Incentives to Secure Internet Routing, 125-142. In Communications & Strategies 81 (1).
Brenden Kuerbis, Milton Mueller (2011) Securing the Root, 45-62. In Opening Standards: The Global Politics of Interoperability.
Internet Governance Project (2009) Comments of the Internet Governance Project on Enhancing the Security and Stability of the Internet’s Domain Name and Addressing System (Docket Number: 0810021307-81308-01).