Dr. Nathan Good is principal of Good Research. A fundamental goal of his work is using research to build usable networked systems and study how to create devices and services to be simple and respectful of people's privacy. Good has published extensively on user experience studies and privacy. His research has been reported on in the New York Times and CNN and he has testified on his research before Congress. Good has a PhD in information science from UC Berkeley, where he was a member of the 2007 California Secretary of State Top-to-Bottom Review of Electronic Voting Systems.
Contributions by Nathan Good
- Speaker at IAPP Navigate 2012
- Speaker at IAPP Academy 2012
- Speaker at IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2011