Privacy and Inferences: Measurement, Detection and Protection
Jessica is a research scientist and privacy product lead at Google working on leveraging data for better security and privacy. Her interests include usability of security and privacy technology, trends in privacy-related attitudes and methods for measuring and predicting privacy-related behaviors, attitudes and risks. Prior to Google, she was an area manager at Xerox PARC and a research scientist at Bell Labs and RSA Labs. She serves regularly on the program committees of ACM and IEEE sponsored security/privacy conferences and is on the editorial boards of the Journal of Computer Security and the International Journal of Information and Computer Security and the advisory board of the Association for Women in Mathematics. Jessica holds a PhD in Mathematics from U. C. Berkeley.