Jayati Dev is a doctoral student in Security Informatics, with a minor in Human-Computer Interaction design at the School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering at Indiana University Bloomington. Her undergraduate training was in Electronics and Communication Engineering where she worked on cryptographic implementation of authenticated encryption algorithms on modern processors. Her current research focus is human-centered design for enhanced privacy and security in conversational applications and IoT devices, especially for culturally distinct populations.


  • Mobile Privacy
  • Social Network Privacy

Recent Publications

  • Joshua Streiff, Tatiana Ringenberg, Jayati Dev, and L.Jean Camp. Everyone’s Flag: Using Entry Level Capture the Flag to Engage Low SES Student Groups. ECGBL, October 2022.
    Keywords: IoT. [bibtex-entry]

  • Jacob Abbott, Jayati Dev, Donginn Kim, Shakthidhar Gopavaram, Meera Iyer, Shivani Sadam, Shrirang Mare, Tatiana Ringenberg, Vafa Andalibi, and L. Jean Camp. Privacy Lessons Learnt from Deploying an IoT Ecosystem in the Home. In Proceedings of the 2022 European Symposium on Usable Security, EuroUSEC '22, New York, NY, USA, pages 98–110, 2022. Association for Computing Machinery.
    Keywords: Security, user interviews, smart home, IoT, 2FA, privacy. [bibtex-entry]

  • Vafa Andalibi, Jayati Dev, DongInn Kim, Eliot Lear, and L Jean Camp. Is Visualization Enough? Evaluating the Efficacy of MUD-Visualizer in Enabling Ease of Deployment for Manufacturer Usage Description (MUD). In Annual Computer Security Applications Conference, pages 337--348, December 2021.
    Keywords: IoT, MUD, MUD-Visualizer. [bibtex-entry]

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