Tuesday, Aug 27, 2019
Talk: Heather Crawford on Usable Privacy

We are delighted to announce that Heather Crawford will give a talk here at LUH. The talk will cover the current research in usable privacy, including introducing concepts such as privacy fatigue, the privacy paradox, and future areas of work in usable privacy.

Talk cancelled due to hurricane Dorian!

When:Tuesday, 2019-03-03, starting at 18:00
Where:Room A320, Welfengarten 1

Short Bio

Heather Crawford is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Engineering and Sciences at Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Florida, USA. Dr. Crawford has conducted research in the areas of usable authentication on mobile and wearable devices. Her main research interests remain in the usable security and privacy field, with a focus on their applicability to IoT. Dr. Crawford also conducts research in the security of Quantum Computing. Dr. Crawford has won several Teaching Excellence Awards at Florida Tech, and enjoys teaching a variety of graduate and undergraduate courses.