I am a second year PhD student studying cybersecurity at the University of Oxford. I am also the co-founder of a website development startup, serving 120 million users with 1 billion pageviews per year.
My PhD research explores how user experience (UX) principles can inform the design of security and privacy in the smart home. My research is multidisciplinary; it spans computer security, privacy and human factors. I open to collaboration with academics and experts that are working in in the field of usable security, experience-centered security or any related topics. I am also seeking research internships in the area of usable security of web browsers and applications (e.g., see Thompson et. al). Venues that are very interesting to me are: CHI, SOUPS, CSCW, USENIX, ACM CCS and IEEE S&P. Please send me an email if you want to collaborate on an interesting research idea or project.
Chalhoub, G. and Flechais, I., 2020, July. "Alexa, are you spying on me?": Exploring the effect of User Experience on the Security and Privacy of Smart Speaker Users. In International Conference on Human Aspects of Information Security, Privacy, and Trust (to appear). Springer, Cham.
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