Activities I'm Involved In …
- co-chair, GREPSEC III, May 2017.
- member, Law Enforcement and Intelligence Access to Plaintext Information in an Era of Widespread Strong Encryption: Options and Trade Offs, Computer
Science and Telecommunications Board, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, 2016-2017.
- co-chair, GREPSEC III, an NSF and CRA-W/CDC supported workshop for women and underrepresented groups interested in computer security research, May 20-21, 2017.
- Testimony at a House of Representatives Judiciary Committee hearing on
"The Encryption Tightrope: Balancing Americans' Security and
Privacy", Judiciary Committee, United States House of
Responding to Section 5(d) of Presidential Policy Directive 28: The
Feasability of Software to Provide Alternatives to Bulk Signals
Collection, National Research Council.
I have moved to Tufts University.
Email: first initial last name @ wpi.edu
(This address will work through August 2017.)
Articles I've Written Recently …
- S. Bellovin, M. Blaze, S. Landau, and S. Pell,
Too Complicated: How the Internet Upends Katz, Smith, and
Law, Harvard Journal of Law
and Technology, Vol. 30, No. 1 (2017).
- S. Landau, The
Real Security Risks of the iPhone
Case, Science, Vol. 352,
Issue 6292, June 17, 2016, pp. 1398-1399.
- H. Abelson, R. Anderson, S. Bellovin,
J. Benaloh, M. Blaze, W. Diffie, J. Gilmore, M. Green, S. Landau,
P. Neumann, R. Rivest, J. Schiller, B. Schneier, M. Specter, and
D. Weitzner, Keys
under Doormats: Mandating insecurity by requiring government access to
all data and
of Cybersecurity, Vol. 1, 2015; a short version of "Keys under
Doormats," appeared in
of the ACM, Vol. 58, No. 10, pp. 24-26.
- S. Landau, Under
the Radar: NSA's Efforts to Secure Private-Sector Telecommunications
Infrastructure, Journal of
National Security Law and Policy, Vol. 7, No.3 (2014).