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I research and write about the “people problem” of cyber security.
My focus is on improving individual, organizational, and national resilience to cyber attacks by focusing on the weakest links in cyber security—users.
My interest is in understanding why people fall prey to social engineering attacks and on ways we can harness this understanding to secure cyber space. I also examine how various groups–-criminal syndicates, terrorist networks, hacktivists–-utilize cyber space to commit crime, spread mis-information, recruit operatives, and radicalize others.
I am an alumnus of the Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University and serve on a distinguished expert panel for the NSA’s Science of Security & Privacy directorate. My research has also been featured on CNN, The Washington Post, Wired, USA Today, Politico, and other national and international news outlets.
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