Christian Werling is a Ph.D. candidate at TU Berlin, Security in Telecommunications (SecT) with Prof. Jean-Pierre Seifert. Christian's research interests mainly lie in Platform Security and Confidential Computing. Christian has published research about AMD's Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV) at the ACM CCS and presented work on the AMD Secure Processor (ASP) at the Chaos Communication Congress ("36C3"). Christian is also the maintainer of PSPTool. Before returning to campus to pursue a Ph.D., Christian worked for two years as a security consultant at Security Research Labs. Christian holds a Master of Science in "IT Systems Engineering" from Hasso Plattner Institute, Potsdam. During Christian's studies, Christian gained experience as an Embedded Systems Developer and Security Engineer in two IoT startups.