Computer science faculty in the news

CSPRI
July 21, 2015

Faculty and researchers from the GW's Cyber Security and Privacy Research Institute and the Department of Computer Science frequently are sought out by the media to comment on and explain issues of the day related to computing and computer security.  The links below are a recent sampling:

National Journal article “Washington Can't Fix Computer Glitches” quoted Cyber Security Policy and Research Institute associate director, Costis Toregas.

 

 


 


Cyber Security Policy and Research Institute senior research associate Trey Herr published the article “Prepare for breaches” in The Hill’s Homeland Security blog.

 


 


The Washington Post article “As encryption spreads, U.S. grapples with clash between privacy, security” quoted Professor Lance Hoffman.

 



 


The New York Times article “Giving Out Private Data for Discount in Insurance” quoted Center for Cyber Security Policy and Research Institute lead research scientist Anna Slomovic.




 


Professor Poorvi Vora was mentioned in the Washington Post article “Can you vote for the next president on your smart phone? Not just yet.



 

 


Center for Cyber Security Policy and Research Institute lead research scientist Anna Slomovic commented on the EEOC Proposed Rule in the June 24 Kaiser Health News article “When Does Workplace Wellness Become Coercive?