Greetings!My interests are in computer security and privacy. Past areas of work include security for implantable medical devices, privacy issues surrounding augmented reality glasses, and security awareness and education. Future areas of interest include threat modeling methodologies, the effects of organizational security policies on outcomes, security for medical devices and environments, privacy-respecting transformations for visual recordings, and privacy issues relating to brain-computer interfaces. I completed my PhD at the University of Washington working with Tadayoshi Kohno in the Security and Privacy Research Lab.
Guest: Keant Seamons (BYU) - Securing Webmail for the Masses
NSF WATCH: The Citizen Lab's Mixed Methods Approach to Research on Information Controls (Deibert)
Guest: Chad Brubaker, Google (nogotofail, Android Network Security Config)
How to Use Bitcoin to Incentivize Correct Computations (Kumaresan and Bentov), CCS 2014