I am a postdoc
at Indiana University,
with a joint appointment at the University of Washington (UW).
I work with
Prof. Jean Camp (Indiana),
Prof. Yoshi Kohno (UW), and
Prof. Franzi Roesner (UW).
At UW, I have also worked
Prof. Richard Anderson
digital financial services.
I received my PhD in computer science from Dartmouth College, working with
Prof. David Kotz.
My research focuses on computer security and privacy, with an emphasis on usable security and privacy.
I study human aspects of security and design solutions that are secure and easy to use.
I am interested in exploring challenges
faced by different user groups (e.g., low-literate, elderly, from different cultures)
in using existing as well as emerging technologies.