We have a broad agenda for the security and privacy research efforts at MSR Redmond. Our mission is to advance the state of the art in fundamental ways, to identify and solve pressing real-world problems, and to impact the computing industry as well as Microsoft products. (This page is under construction.)
People and projects
Interests: authentication, , usable security, economics of information security, fraud and abuse
Interests: OS architectures that enable better isolation of applications and security by design
Interests: Identifying flaws in security assumptions made about user behavior. Building more secure and usable systems for (1) users to authenticate their identities to systems; (2) users to authenticate the identity/trustworthiness of systems they interact with; (3) users to authorize others to access their data--a.k.a. sharing; (4) users to manage applications' access to their systems and data.
Projects: See my publications.
Other security and privacy research at MSR
Security and Privacy at Microsoft
We are always looking for exceptional researchers, post-docs, and interns. Please contact any of us for details. This page gives glimpses of MSR experience and links to application pages. Helen Wang leads the recruiting for security and privacy research at Redmond.
Page contact: Helen Wang