Archives for Jonathan Herzog

A brief glimpse into my actual job

On consulting

Publications update: RFC6278

So, how bad is the gender gap in CS?

STEMing the tide: using ingroup experts to inoculate women's self-concept in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

This is the captain speaking

Ambient belonging 2: return of the Star Trek poster

So you've decided to become a professor

Should you become a professor?

Should you go to grad school?

On pricing stocks

Sex differences in math-intensive fields

Gender count: Hovav Shacham talk on voting systems, MIT, Oct. 29

No, really: looking for computer security experts

Seeking congruity between goals and roles : a new look at why women opt out of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics careers

Instant ciphertext-only cryptanalysis of gsm encrypted communication

Ambient belonging: how stereotypical environments impact gender participation in computer science

Requested: video game suggestions

World's lamest use of free time

Public service announcement: CSF 2010

Side-channel leaks in web applications: a reality today, a challenge tomorrow

More links about women in CS

(Still) looking to hire computer-security experts

Publication update: two draft-standards

Happy Ada Lovelace Day!

Publication update: using attestation to lift crash resilience to byzantine resilience

Announcement: SSS 2010

The oddly high impact of 'security' conferences

More tax dollars at work

Well, mostly victorious

Opportunity for cryptographic consultant / expert witness

Your tax dollars at work

Victory is mine

Personality tests; hogwash?

Robust signatures for kernel data structures

Announcement: CSF 2010

Understanding scam victims: seven principles for system security

Site update: quick overview

Upcoming technical changes to commenting

Best spam ev-- well, so far

Your botnet is my botnet: analysis of a botnet takeover

English shellcode

Oblivious transfer with access control (or, how to query a database anonymously)

Site-building for academics (and librarians) just got easier

I know someone famous!

Lovely spam

An extremely subjective survey of security conferences

Why we need journals (dammit)

Modern website construction for dumm-- i mean, academics

It's No Secret: Measuring the Security and Reliability of Authentication via ‘Secret’ Questions

RSS problems solved(?)

Publication update: fall 2009

Gender count: boston haskell users meeting, 21 October 2009

CCS 2009

looking to hire computer-security experts

Gender count: 'lincoln at tufts' seminar series, 13 October 2009

Other blogers on: women in cs

Where are all the female computer scientists?

So, about this 'poker' thing...

Gender count: Silverman talk, 2 Oct. 2009

Crypto News: Vanish

I give in: a blog