Security, Privacy and Cryptography

Current areas of interest include privacy-enhancing technologies, digital forensics, network security, secure distributed systems, blockchains, cryptography, tamper-evident systems, privacy law and policy, and technology policy. The table below lists the faculty in the Security, Privacy and Cryptography group and their research interests.

Faculty and their Research Interests
Faculty Research Interests
Matt Blaze

Cryptography, computer and network security, and technology policy research

Eric Burger

Cyber security and secure communications, network protocols and architectures, Internet governance

Shin’ichiro Matsuo

Information security, cryptography, cryptographic protocols, privacy enhancing technology, blockchain, cryptocurrency and crypto-economics

Kobbi Nissim

Cryptography, differential privacy, privacy law and policy

Micah Sherr

Security, privacy, networks

Clay Shields

Computer security, network security, digital forensics

Lisa Singh

Data mining, social mining, privacy, visual analytics, data science, databases

Grace Hui Yang

Information retrieval, deep reinforcement learning, machine learning, ontology, question answering, privacy

Wenchao Zhou

Database, networking, distributed systems and provenance

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