Julie Haney

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Julie Haney leads the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Usable Cybersecurity program, providing actionable guidance to practitioners, policy makers, and standards developers. Her research focuses on security professionals’ work practices and consumers’ IoT security/privacy experiences. She has been an invited speaker at security forums spanning industry, government, and academia. Her current role leverages a 22-year career in the Department of Defense as a security professional and technical director, where she conducted vulnerability assessments and authored widely-adopted security guidance. She earned a Ph.D. in Human-Centered Computing from University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and a B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science from Loyola University and University of Maryland.

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