Postdoctoral Researcher, Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity
Richmond Wong is a Postdoctoral Researcher at CLTC, specializing in the intersection of tech and ethics, and the incumbent responsibilities for professional technologists, policy makers, and industry. His research draws on design-centered methods and approaches to proactively surface ethical issues in technology, with specific interest in threats and safeguards to privacy and security.
Using qualitative and design-based methods and drawing on human-computer interactions, as well as science and technology studies, Richmond’s work helps decision-makers act with foresight and expands who has access to and participates in cybersecurity. Richmond completed his PhD at the UC Berkeley School of Information and has an undergraduate degree in Information Science from Cornell University.
Selected CLTC Research:
- Cybersecurity Toolkits for/of the Future: A Human-Centered Computing and Design Research Approach
- Using Multidisciplinary Design to Improve AI/ML Cybersecurity Scenarios
- Engaging Expert Stakeholders about the Future of Menstrual Biosensing Technology
- Cybersecurity for Non-Primary and Primary Users of Always-On Internet of Things Devices: An Ethnographic, Participatory, and Multidisciplinary Design Approach
- Menstrual Biosensing Survival Guide; Cybersecurity: Meaning and Practice
- Timelines: A World-Building Activity for Values Advocacy
- Bringing Design to the Privacy Table: Broadening “Design” in “Privacy by Design” Through the Lens of HCI
- Eliciting Values Reflections by Engaging Privacy Futures Using Design Workbooks ()
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