Available here (pdf).

Bio for talks+press
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 is a PhD candidate in computer science at Cornell University; he is in residence at Cornell Tech on Roosevelt Island in New York City. He is part of a research team studying computer security and privacy issues in the context of intimate partner violence (IPV), and he helps lead the first computer security clinic for IPV survivors, in NYC. 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. When not staring at metal rectangles full of little lights, Sam can often be spotted reading books or exploring new places.

2 West Loop Road
New York, NY 10044

havron@cs.cornell.edu (academic)
sam@havron.dev (non-academic)
havron@protonmail.com (if you use protonmail as well, this is end-to-end encrypted)