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Hanan Hibshi

Office: INI Building- INI 123
Phone: 412-268-4922
Email: hhibshi [at] cmu [dot] edu

About Me


I am a research and teaching scientist who obtained a PhD from the Societal Computing program at the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University in October 2018. In May 2011, I got my Masters degree in Information Security Technology & Management from the Information Networking Institute (INI) at Carnegie Mellon University. Prior to my life as a CMU student, I worked in King Abdul-Aziz University and the banking industry.

- Read the Societal Computing student story highlighting my research
- Learn about our research collaboration with Univeristy of Nottingham: New Research Tackles Adaptive Security Decision Support
Research
   

I am interested in usable security, security education and security decision-making. My research involves using mixed-methods for use in data driven intelligent systems. My work is in the intersection between security, privacy, software engineering, and Human-Computer Interaction. This research area is very interdisciplinary in nature combining theories and practices from areas like: psychology, decision science, computer security, information sciences, AI and others.

For most recent list of my publications, you can refer to my Google Scholar Page .

My Outreach Interests


I strongly believe in contributing to the social good. I always offer help and support for my colleagues whether at school, work, or community.