firstname.lastname@example.org (PGP key)
+1 650 804 6934
I am a fellow at the Center For Information Technology Policy, Princeton. I'm focused on web security, authentication, and TLS, though my past research has spanned side-channel cryptanalysis, protocol verification, software obfuscation, and privacy in social networks.
I completed my PhD in 2012 with the Security Group of the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, supervised by Professor Ross Anderson and funded as a Gates Cambridge Scholar. My PhD thesis formalises the analysis of human-chosen distributions of secrets, specifically passwords and PINs.
My background is in computer science, math, and cryptography, in which I earned my BS and MS from Stanford. I've worked on cryptography and security at Google, Cryptography Research, Inc and as a private consultant.