My interests are in the human aspects of computer security and privacy, ranging from understanding how people use and reason about current technologies to designing security and privacy that better matches the human and logistical needs of people around the technology—user and non-user alike. Past areas of work include security for implantable medical devices, privacy issues surrounding augmented reality glasses, and security awareness and education. I completed my PhD at the University of Washington working with Tadayoshi Kohno in the Security and Privacy Research Lab.