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Security & Privacy

New advances in computing allow for exciting innovation, but can also reveal new threats. As we rely on computers more and more to store private information, perform critical tasks in sensitive areas like banking and national security, and assist in daily tasks, vulnerabilities in these systems can create ever greater problems. Research in privacy and security explores vulnerabilities in applications, networks, and systems and builds protections against possible attacks from bad actors. The goal of this research is to secure our personal information and computer infrastructure so we can harness the power of computing while minimizing threats.

At Princeton, research in this area focuses on advances in applied security and privacy, enhancements to cryptography, and building stronger network and systems security.

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