Josephine Wolff is an assistant professor in the Public Policy department at RIT and a member of the extended faculty of the Computing Security department. She is a faculty associate at the Harvard Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society and a fellow at the New America Cybersecurity Initiative. Wolff received her PhD. in Engineering Systems Division and M.S. in Technology and Policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, as well as her A.B. in Mathematics from Princeton University. She researches cybersecurity policy with an emphasis on the social and political dimensions of defending against security incidents, looking at the intersection of technology, policy, and law for defending computer systems and the ways that technical and non-technical computer security mechanisms can be effectively combined. Her writing on cybersecurity has appeared in Slate, The Atlantic, The New Republic, and Scientific American.
Assistant Professor - Extended Faculty