Carnegie Mellon University

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Visible to the public Evolutionary Approaches to Privacy and Information Security

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The PIs propose to explore the influence that offline cues and stimuli, indicating the presence of other human beings in the physical world, and often processed unconsciously by our brains, can have over security and privacy behavior in cyberspace. The PIs' goal is to address the question: are there evolutionary roots for privacy and information security concerns?

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Visible to the public Compositional Security

Anupam Datta is an Assistant Research Professor at Carnegie Mellon University, where he has appointments in the CyLab, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and (by courtesy) Computer Science departments. His research focuses on the scientific foundations of security and privacy. Datta's work has led to new principles for securely composing network protocols and software systems; applications of these principles have influenced several IEEE and IETF standards.

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Visible to the public Evolutionary Approaches to Privacy and Information Security

ABSTRACT

The PIs propose to explore the influence that offline cues and stimuli, indicating the presence of other human beings in the physical world, and often processed unconsciously by our brains, can have over security and privacy behavior in cyberspace. The PIs' goal is to address the question: are there evolutionary roots for privacy and information security concerns?