Jeffrey M. Pawlick studies cyber security and information privacy from an interdisciplinary approach that includes dynamic systems and game theory. His work has addressed problems in phishing, network security, the internet of things, and security education, always from the perspective of trying to obtain transferable results and work making security more of a science – and always with a colon in the title.
A PhD candidate at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering, Jeffrey holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Troy, NY). From Saratoga Springs, NY, he also enjoys hiking and skiing in the Adirondack Mountains and complicated board games.
Russia and the US election hacks: sorting through the confusion
16 Dec 2016 | FEATURES |
Did Putin really share Democrat secrets?
When cyber gets physical: why we need the NSA
27 Sep 2016 | CONNECTING |
Cybersecurity is so important that Clinton and Trump were asked about it in last night’s debate
Facebook, surveillance capitalism, and feedback control
24 May 2016 | CONNECTING |
How data analytics has gone from measuring to controlling reality
The encryption dilemma
15 Mar 2016 | FEATURES |
The FBI wants the data on a terrorist’s iPhone, but does it really need Apple’s help?
FBI to Apple: hack the shooter’s iPhone
18 Feb 2016 | FEATURES |
Should technology companies compromise customers' privacy for the sake of national security?