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Designing Usable Security with Google's Adrienne Porter Felt

Designing Usable Security with Google's Adrienne Porter Felt

Show #486 Jul 31 2015 plus show notes

Adrienne Porter Felt, Ph.D. is a security and privacy researcher at Google. Her current focus is on designing and building usable security. Scott talks to her about how modern application platforms think about permissions, how users react to the "lock" icon, what we think about HTTPs, and much more!

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