Bio

Sanchari Das is a PhD Candidate in the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering at Indiana University Bloomington. A security track researcher, her research interests include multi-factor authentication, usable security and privacy, user experience, social media research, third - party privacy, user risk perception, online harassment, risk communication, and human-computer interaction.

Recently she has also joined American Express as an Information Security Engineer and Project Manager for the Identity and Access Management Team (Identity Services).

She has presented her research work in several conferences such as, RSA, BlackHat, Financial Cryptography, HAISA, SOUPS, SM&S. Here is her Google Scholar Profile : https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=6oIL_UQAAAAJ&hl=en

She has received dual Masters degrees from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India (Computer Applications) and Indiana University Bloomington (MS in Informatics). I have received my Bachelors from The Heritage Academy, Kolkata, India and was a Gold-medalist in my batch.

She has also interned earlier in Infosys Limited and HCL Technologies.



Recent Publications

  • Sanchari Das, Andrew Kim, Shrirang Mare, Joshua Streiff, and L. Jean Camp. Security Mandates are Pervasive: An Inter-School Study on Analyzing User Authentication Behavior. In Proceedings of the IEEE Humans and Cyber Security Workshop, December 2019.
    Keywords: referred. [bibtex-entry]

  • Hilda Hadan, Nicolas Serrano, Sanchari Das, and L. Jean Camp. Making IoT Worthy of Human Trust. In , 07 2019. [bibtex-entry]

  • L. Jean Camp and Sanchari Das. Studies of 2FA, Why Johnny Can’t Use 2FA and How We Can Change That?. In . Springer US, March 2019.
    Keywords: 2FA, authentication, human factors, usability. [bibtex-entry]

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