I am an engineering leader with experience in software engineering and cybersecurity management roles. My interests include security, privacy, building systems, and data science. You can find my full resume on LinkedIn.
In 2016, I was fortunate to receive my doctorate from the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. My research focus was usable security and privacy, the design of secure systems with a human-centric approach. The work of our group was instrumental in the revision of NIST's guidelines for secure passwords as reported in the Washington Post. I now teach a course in usable privacy and security.
During my PhD, I published and spoke at top academic conferences such as CHI, IEEE S&P, CCS, USENIX Security, and ICWSM. Projects that I worked on were also featured on a number of websites such as Ars Technica, Gizmodo, Inc., and TIME.