Susan Landau is professor of cybersecurity policy at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. She was previously a privacy analyst at Google and is an Association for Computing Machinery Fellow, a Cybersecurity Hall of Fame inductee, and an American Association for Advancement of Science Fellow.
Susan Landau manages to harness the sprint of our online era and provides a lasting framework for how to manage, protect, and even master our digital footprint. -Juliette Kayyem, former Assistant Secretary, United States Department of Homeland Security -- Juliette Kayyem Susan Landau is eminently qualified to guide readers to deeper understanding of risks and threats that accompany an increasingly connected world. Our online appetites are growing and our presence attracts hacking and surveillance among other uses we may not have authorized or even anticipated. Must read. -Vint Cerf, internet pioneer -- Vint Cerf Susan Landau has performed a remarkable feat of public service with Listening In: she simplifies the complex contemporary debate around privacy and security trade-offs in a way that welcomes anyone with an interest in these topics to engage with them -- and she demonstrates why everyone should. -Jonathan Zittrain, author of The Future of the Internet - and How to Stop It -- Jonathan Zittrain