8th CACR Information Security Workshop
2nd Annual Privacy and Security Workshop
Clinical Director, Center for Internet & Society,
Cybercrime Trial: "Privacy: The First Cyber Crime Victim"
The abstract for the above presentation can be found
Jennifer Stisa Granick is the Director of the public interest law and technology clinic at Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society. Ms. Granick's work focuses on the interaction of free speech, privacy, computer security, law and technology. She is on the Board of Directors for the Honeynet Project and has spoken at the NSA, to law enforcement and to computer security professionals from the public and private sectors in the United States and abroad. Before coming to Stanford Law School, Ms. Granick practiced criminal defense of unauthorized access, trade secret theft and email interception cases nationally. She has published articles on wiretap laws, workplace privacy and trademark law.