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Norman Sadeh

Professor in the School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University (CMU)
Participates in 2 items

Norman Sadeh is a Professor in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). He co-founded and co-directs CMU’s Privacy Engineering Program and also co-founded and for ten years co-directed CMU’s PhD Program in Societal Computing. Until recently, he served as lead principal investigator on two of the largest domestic research projects in privacy, the Usable Privacy Policy Project (https://usableprivacy.org) and the Personalized Privacy Assistant Project (https://privacyassistant.org).  Norman also served as founding CEO and, until its acquisition by Proofpoint, as chairman and chief scientist of Wombat Security Technologies. Technologies he developed with colleagues at CMU and Wombat are now used to protect tens of millions of users around the world against cybersecurity attacks such as phishing.  In the late nineties Norman also served as Chief Scientist of the EUR 550 million European Union's e-Commerce initiative, which included all pan-European research in cybersecurity and privacy as well as major related public policy initiatives. 


 

Sessions in which Norman Sadeh participates

Tuesday 5 April, 2022

Time Zone: (GMT+01:00) Rome
4:00 PM
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