Directions in Privacy Assistance Technologies
Keynote by Nina Taft
Keynote Speaker: Nina Taft
Nina Taft is a Senior Staff Research Scientist at Google where she leads the Applied Privacy Research group. Nina received her PhD from UC Berkeley, and has worked in industrial research labs since then – at SRI, Sprint Labs, Intel Berkeley Labs, and Technicolor Research – before joining Google.
For many years, Nina worked in the field of networking, focused on Internet traffic modeling, traffic matrix estimation, network protocols, and intrusion detection. In 2017 she received the top-10 women in networking N2Women award. In the last decade, she has been working in privacy with a focus on applications of machine learning for privacy, and privacy assistance solutions for both users and developers.
She has been chair of the SIGCOMM, IMC and PAM conferences, has published over 90 papers, holds over 10 patents, and currently serves on the Scientific Advisory Board of the Max Planck Institute.
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