In this talk I'll give an overview of my research on the security and privacy experiences of at-risk users. The talk will center on two studies with different populations: women in South Asia  and survivors of intimate partner abuse .
 “‘They Don't Leave Us Alone Anywhere We Go’: Gender and Digital Abuse in South Asia.” Nithya Sambasivan, Amna Batool, Nova Ahmed, Tara Matthews, Kurt Thomas, Sane Gaytán, David Nemer, Elie Bursztein, Elizabeth Churchill, Sunny Consolvo. CHI 2019 (Best Paper)
 “Stories from survivors: Privacy & security practices when coping with intimate partner abuse.” Tara Matthews, Kathleen O'Leary, Anna Turner, Manya Sleeper, Jill Palzkill Woelfer, Martin Shelton, Cori Manthorne, Elizabeth F Churchill, Sunny Consolvo. CHI 2017 (Best Paper)
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Tara Matthews is a consultant working on security and privacy user experience issues with tech companies. Previously, she was a Senior User Experience Researcher in Google's Security & Privacy Research & Design Group for nearly 4 years. She was also a manager and team lead. Prior to joining Google in June 2014, Tara was a Research Scientist at IBM Research - Almaden for nearly 7 years, studying and improving the design of workplace collaboration and social software. Tara earned her Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley in 2007. Her major was Human-Computer Interaction and her dissertation work informed the design and evaluation of glanceable (low attention) information visualizations.