Ersin Uzun is a security researcher and the manager of PARC's security research area. His interests span applied cryptography, nework & systems security, usable security, and privacy. He is currently focusing on security and privacy in content-centric networks, usable identity management & access control, and privacy enhancing technologies.
Before joining PARC, Ersin held researcher affiliations with Nokia Research Center, where he worked on usable methods for secure communication bootsrappring, and HP Labs, where he researched new watermarking/fingerprinting algorithms for relational databases. Ersin was also a co-founder of a startup focusing on secure email solutions and worked as a consultant for various technology firms in the past.
Ersin received his Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in computer science from University of California, Irvine, and his B.S. degree from Bilkent University in Turkey. Ersin enjoys the creative research environment at PARC very much and likes hiking, road-biking, and snowboarding outside the office.
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