Maritza Johnson

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ICSI

Usable Security and Privacy Researcher

Maritza Johnson is a researcher at ICSI. Her broad research interests are in human-centered security and privacy with a focus on how end-users think about personal data management. Prior to joining ICSI she was a UX researcher on Google's Identity team. Her academic experience includes a postdoc at UC Berkeley where she worked on mobile device permission systems. She completed her PhD in computer science at Columbia University with Professor Steve Bellovin and wrote her dissertation on end-user access control management with a focus on Facebook privacy settings.

 

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