I am a third-year Computer Science PhD student in the Usable Security and Privacy Lab at the George Washington University advised by Prof. Adam J. Aviv. My research focuses on human factors in security; I investigate how end-users, especially understudied populations, interact with, use or misuse security tools to design more usable and secure solutions. More broadly, I am interested in human-computer interaction as well as multi-disciplinary research.
Nov 22: Presented our Loan Apps work to the SPRING Lab at EPFL.
Sep 22: New paper on Five-Word Passwords accepted at ACSAC '22.
Aug 22: Presented our work on PIN Upgrades at USENIX Security '22.
May 22: New paper on Password Managers at USENIX Security '22.
May 22: Presented our Loan Apps work at CACTUS/P in Washington, DC.
May 22: Presented our Loan Apps work at the University of Washington.
May 22: Presented our Loan Apps paper at IEEE S&P in San Francisco.
Mar 22: New paper on Loan Apps in Kenya accepted at IEEE S&P '22.
Jan 22: New paper on Smartphone PIN Upgrades at USENIX Security '22.