News & Events
- Mobile App Behavior Often Appears at Odds with Privacy Policies, Institute for Software Research
- It's Automatic: CMU Smartphone App Manages Your Privacy Preferences, Professor Sadeh talks about his Personal Privacy Assistant App.
- New Password Strength Meter Outperforms State-of-the-Art Meters, Institute for Software Research
Meet the MSIT-PE class of 2017!
Bottom Row: Liu Yuru, Tong Liu, Jun Ma, Preethi Josephina, Dhanuji Shaji. Top Row: Prof. Norman Sadeh, Wei Lidong, Yuankun Li, Asst. Prof. Matt Fredrikson, Yunfan Wang, Assoc. Prof. Lujo Bauer, Dan Calderon, Asst. Prof. Travis Breaux, Quan Quan, Sid Nair, Professor Lorrie Cranor.
- The Privacy Engineering Program celebrated CMU Privacy Day on January 28th with Keynote Speaker Edward Felten, US Deputy Chief Technology Officer
- Lorrie Cranor presented work on Personalized Privacy Assistants at the Davos Conference
- Norman Sadeh presented research on Personalized Privacy Assistants at the first FTC Privacy Conference, "Privacy Con".
- The paper "A Design Space for Effective Privacy Notices" by Florian Schaub, Rebecca Balebako, Adam Durity and Lorrie Cranor was selected by the Future of Privacy Forum as one of five Privacy Papers for Policymakers 2015
- Applications for Fall 2016 are being accepted until December 15, 2015.
- The MSIT-Privacy Engineering Program welcomed its third cohort of students to the Carnegie Mellon community
- The second cohort of students from the MSIT-Privacy Engineering Program graduated in the SCS ceremony at Carnegie Music Hall
- Privacy Engineering students gave their final Capstone Project presentations that were sponsored by Spider Oak and Lufthansa
- What does Privacy Look Like? Professor Lorrie Cranor explores public attitudes and concerns using drawings
- Professor Lorrie Cranor participated in the panel "Improving Authentication: Moving Beyond the Password' at the White House Cybersecurity Summit, February 13, 2015