I am a lecturer in the computer science department at University College London (UCL) and part of the in the infosec group there. My research is in computer security; I use tools from economics and insight from traditional computer science to analyze cybercrime. I currently co-direct StopBadware, an anti-malware organization I started working for in 2011. Before joining UCL, I was an assistant professor in the computer science department at the University of New Mexico (UNM) for two years.
I completed my PhD entitled "Measuring Bitcoin-based Cybercrime" in the computer science department at the University of Tulsa in 2017, advised by Dr. Tyler Moore. I was a 2016 Google Anita Borg scholar. I received an MS in CS at SMU in 2015. In Fall 2014 I was a visiting research student at TU Delft working with Dr. Michel van Eeten. I received a BA from Wellesley College in 2012 with a major in computer science and a minor in mathematics. At Wellesley, I was part of the Tinkerblocks research group and advised by Dr. Lyn Turbak.
General inquiries: m [dot] last name [at] ucl [dot] ac [dot] uk
Lingering UNM business: last name [at] cs [dot] unm [dot] edu
Copy of my CV: here
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