I work towards making digital technologies safe and secure for everyone. I combine methodical empiricism with rigorous theoretical analysis to drive secure system design.
I am currently an Assistant Professor at University of Wisconsin—Madison. I obtained my PhD from the Department of Computer Science at
Cornell University, where I was
advised by Prof. Thomas Ristenpart.
I graduated with a Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) in Computer Science and Engineering in 2012 from Indian Institute of
Technology, Kharagpur, India. I received my master's in Computer Sciences from the
University of Wisconsin—Madison in 2015.
Prior to joining UW—Madison, I
worked for one year in an exciting company called Two Roads Technology
Solutions on high frequency trading in Bangalore.
My research has been published in top security conferences, such as IEEE S&P '15, '16, '18, USENIX Security '15, CCS '17, and Crypto '17, and has been featured in many media outlets including The New York Times, MIT Tech Review, and SSL.com.