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Adam Doupé’s research in cybersecurity has included assisting businesses to detect and eradicate phishing sites, creating mobile app security systems, identifying robocaller techniques and developing a range of evolving tools to protect consumers as new breaches emerge.

Another of Doupé’s goals is to automate vulnerability analysis -- finding vulnerabilities in software -- and creating systemic fixes. Concurrently, he is working to predict and deter security and web privacy attacks. Doupé, an assistant professor in the School of Computing Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering, received a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) Award in 2017 for his work on safeguarding personal data from vulnerabilities

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Even when you think about deleting files on a hard disk, by default we think it’s gone, but we know from digital forensics that a copy of it usually still exists. It just hasn’t been overwritten yet.

— Adam Doupé, Slate