AB, Princeton University; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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 as well as a fellow at the New America Cybersecurity Initiative. Wolff received her Ph.D. in Engineering Systems: Technology, Management and Policy and M.S. in Technology and Policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, as well as her A.B. in Mathematics from Princeton University.
Her research interests include cybersecurity law and policy, defense-in-depth, security incident reporting models, economics of information security, and insurance and liability protection for computer security incidents. Her book You'll See This Message When It Is Too Late: The Legal and Economic Aftermath of Cybersecurity Breaches was published by MIT Press in 2018. She writes regularly about cybersecurity for Slate, and her writing has also appeared in The New York Times, Wired, The Atlantic, Scientific American, The New Republic, Newsweek, and The Washington Post.
January 27, 2019
Two-Factor Authentication Might Not Keep You Safe
Guest essay by Josephine Wolff, assistant professor of public policy and computing security, published in The New York Times.
January 24, 2019
The Importance of Cyber Insurance for Businesses
Albawaba quotes Josephine Wolff, assistant professor of public policy and computing security.