Here is a brief biography suitable for use in talk announcements, press, etc; this high-resolution image of me should be sufficient for small printing.
Sam Havron (he/him) is a Product Security Engineer at Squarespace in New York, where he analyzes, designs, and builds large-scale systems to improve product security and privacy for millions of diverse creative professionals, photographers, artists, restaurants, and small businesses. Previously, he was a graduate researcher in security at Cornell Tech, where he helped establish the first computer security and privacy clinic for survivors of intimate partner violence who are facing ongoing technology abuse. His research has been published at top security conferences such as IEEE S&P and USENIX Security, featured by media outlets including the New York Times, MIT Technology Review, and WIRED, and received attention from a U.S. Senator. Sam received an M.S. in Computer Science from Cornell University, and a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Virginia. When not staring at metal rectangles full of little lights, Sam can often be spotted reading books or exploring new places.