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Ronald Kainda


I am interested in usable security in general, human-interactive security protocols, empirical channels, and experimental design of user studies. In broad terms, I can summarise my research interests as mobile and ubiquitious computing, human factors, and usable security.


I am a DPhil Student in the Department of Computer Science under the supervision of Prof. Bill Roscoe and Dr. Ivan Flechais. I obtained a BSc in Computer Science from the Copperbelt University in Zambia, and an MSc in Computer Science from Oxford University. I am currently working on usable security in Human-Interactive Security Protocols exploring the different potential methods for comparing digest values by human users.

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