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Howard Shrobe, MIT CSAIL

Dr. Howard Shrobe, MIT CSAIL
  Director, Cybersecurity@CSAIL
  Principal Research Scientist, MIT CSAIL

  Frank Stajano, University of Cambridge

Professor Frank Stajano, University of Cambridge
Head, Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research
Professor of Security and Privacy, Computer Laboratory
Fellow, Trinity College Cambridge

Howard Shrobe is a Principal Research Scientist at MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). He is a former Associate Director of CSAIL and is the Director of CSAIL’s Cybersecurity@CSAIL initiative.  Dr. Shrobe has served twice as a program manager at DARPA: from 1994 - 1997 he served as Chief Scientist of the Information Technology Office and led the Information Security Initiative; from 2010 - 2013 he served as a program manager in TCTO and then I2O, leading the CRASH and MRC programs. He received his MS (1975) and PhD (1978) from MIT’s Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.  

Frank Stajano is the Professor of Security and Privacy at the University of Cambridge and the Head of its Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACE-CSR). His research interests revolve primarily around three interconnected themes: systems security, privacy in the electronic society and ubiquitous computing. His main research project is Pico: liberating humanity from passwords. He has given over 60 invited talks in four continents. He has been an employee of Google, Toshiba, AT&T, Oracle and Olivetti and his academic research therefore maintains a strong practical orientation. He was elected a Toshiba Fellow in 2000. He practices and teaches Japanese swordsmanship.