Dinei Florencio
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I am a researcher with Microsoft Research since 1999, currently with the Multimedia, Interaction and Communication group. I received the B.S. and M.S. from University of Brasília (Brazil), and the Ph.D. from Georgia Tech, all in Electrical Engineering. Before joining Microsoft, I was a member of the research staff at the David Sarnoff Research Center from 1996 to 1999. I was also a co-op student with AT&T Human Interface Lab (now part of NCR) from 1994 to 1996, and a Summer intern at Interval Research in 1994. I have published over sixty papers, and authored 40 granted patents. I am a senior member of the IEEE, and acted as general co-chair of MMSP'09, Hot3D’10, and WIFS’11, and technical chair of WIFS’10, ICME’11, and MMSP’13. I am also an elected member of the IEEE SPS Technical Committee on Information Forensics and Security, and an associate editor of the IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security.

My email is my firstname at microsoft dot com.

Two Recent papers:

· "Is Everything We Know About Password Stealing Wrong?", IEEE Security & Privacy magazine, to appear 2012.

· "Sex, Lies and Cyber-crime Surveys" , WEIS, 2011.

Research Interests

  • Computer security. Main interests include:
    • User authentication and passwords
    • Economics of the Underground Computer World, including phishing and malware.
  •  Multimedia and Signal Processing.
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