My research area is human-centered/sociotechnical computer security and privacy. The problems and solutions that I work on are in computer security and privacy, but I mainly use methods from human-computer interaction (including qualitative methods). I completed my PhD at the University of Washington working with Tadayoshi Kohno in the Security and Privacy Research Lab.
- Computer Security Education Resource Collection: a community-sourced, tagged collection of free resources (e.g., exercises, instructor manuals) targeted at [computer security | cybersecurity | information security] instructors looking for course materials.
- SecPrivMeta. Interactive browser for topic model from full-text PDFs from 36 years of IEEE S&P Symposium, CCS, USENIX Security, and NDSS.
- The Security Cards: A Security Threat Brainstorming Toolkit.