Bio

Jonathan Schubauer is a current graduate student pursuing a master’s degree in Cybersecurity Risk Management at Indiana University, Bloomington. His research areas include international privacy and data protection law, malicious domain detection techniques, and mobile application security. His current research focuses on mobile permission modeling in the Android application environment. In addition to his research with the Center for Security and Privacy, he is also an active affiliate scholar of the Ostrom Workshop in the Data Management and Information Governance discipline, where he studies consent & disclosure modeling for mobile applications.

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Recent Publications

  • Jonathan Schubauer, Anjanette Raymond, and Dhruv Madappa. Over-Priviliged Permission: Using Technology and Design to Create Privacy Compliance. In , June 2019. IACL.
    Keywords: Ad Libraries, Privacy, Consent. [bibtex-entry]

  • Jonathan Schubauer, David Argast, and L. Jean Camp. Lessig was Right: Influences on Android Permissions. United States Federal Trade Commission PrivacyCon Conference, February 2018.
    Keywords: Security, Permission, Authentication, IT Governance. [bibtex-entry]

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