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Cormac Herley

I am a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research. I am interested in data and signal analysis problems that reduce complexity and remove pain points for users. My current interests include economics, authentication, safety and data-driven security. There are links to some papers and projects below.

Before Microsoft I was at HP Labs for five years. I received my PhD from Columbia University, my MSEE from Georgia Tech and my BE from University College Cork, Ireland. 

Here's a short profile of me done by MSR. Some media coverage of my work: All Things Considered (NPR), the Boston Globe, the NY Times, Wired, Ars Technica, theAtlantic, Bloomberg TVThe Economist, the Wall St Journal.

My email is my firstname at microsoft dot com. | @cormacherley

Recent papers:

Publications:

Users, Security Advice and Avoiding Harm:

Passwords:

Economics of Cybercrime: 

Safety and Security:

P2P and Networking:

Multimedia:

Image Processing:

 

 

Press Coverage and Other Stuff 

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