Irwin Reyes

Irwin Reyes

About Me

I'm a researcher in the Usable Security and Privacy Group at the International Computer Science Institute (ICSI), a laboratory affiliated with the University of California at Berkeley. My research interests include measuring the privacy risks of everyday consumer products, user perceptions of security issues, and the online advertising ecosystem. In my free time, I enjoy board games, hiking, and serenading Berkeley with my ukulele from the roof of ICSI's offices.

Papers

Presentations

Other Projects

Experience

International Computer Science Institute

Research Scientist

May 2016 - Present

Investigated context-aware permission systems in smartphones and data collection practices in apps marketed to children.

Dell, Inc.

Research Software Engineer

October 2014 - January 2016

Prototyped gesture-based continuous authentication systems for mobile devices.

Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory

Software Engineer

September 2011 - October 2014

Developed and evaluated high-fidelity simulations in support of the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense System.

Education

University of Virginia

Master of Science, Systems Engineering

August 2009 - July 2011

University of Virginia

Bachelor of Science, Computer Engineering

August 2005 - May 2009