Damon McCoy

  • Professor

  • Co-Director, NYU Center for Cybersecurity



Damon McCoy received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Colorado, Boulder. He is a member of the Center for Automotive Embedded Systems Security (CAESS) that conducted one of the first security analysis of a modern automobile. His research focuses on empirically measuring the security and privacy of technology systems and their intersections with society. Currently, his primary focus is on online payment systems, economics of cybercrime, automotive systems, privacy-enhancing technologies and censorship resistance.

Research Interests
Cybersecurity and Privacy, Measurement, Networking, Emerging Media

University of Colorado, Boulder 1999
B.S., Computer Science

University of Colorado, Boulder 2009
Ph.D., Computer Science

International Computer Science Institute




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