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Hanan Hibshi is an assistant teaching professor at the Information Networking Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, and one of the research investigators for the CMUS’ picoCTF educational platform. Hibshi’s research areas include usable security and privacy, cybersecurity education, security requirements, mobile and IoT Security, expert’s decision-making, and ML and AI for security and privacy.

Hibshi received a Ph.D. in societal computing from Carnegie Mellon University and an M.S. in information security technology and management from the Information Networking Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. Prior to her academic career, she had had some experience working in the banking industry.

Hibshi is interested in studying security experts; how to better train experts and how to develop intelligent tools that better accommodate their needs. One example of Hibshi’s research is her early research findings that had attracted the attention of an international, multi-institution collaboration with the University of Nottingham. Her work examined the intersection between security requirements risk assessment and empirical data-driven intelligent systems using fuzzy logic.

Hibshi has published in top venues, and she reviews research submissions at top security, privacy, and software engineering venues.

Office
123 4616 Henry Street
Email
hhibshi@cmu.edu
Google Scholar
Hanan Hibshi

Education

2018 Ph.D., Societal Computing, Carnegie Mellon University

2011 M.S., Information Security Technology and Management, Carnegie Mellon University

2003 B.S., Computer Science, King Abdul-Aziz University

Media mentions


CyLab Security and Privacy Institute

Protect your security and privacy with these tips from CyLab faculty

In celebration of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a collection of CyLab faculty have shared some tips they recommend following to stay safe online.

CyLab

CyLab/INI’s picoCTF host workshop and mini competition at WiCyS

CyLab/INI’s picoCTF team hosted a workshop and mini competition at this year’s Women in Cybersecurity conference (WiCyS).

CyLab Security and Privacy Institute

picoCTF impresses at the Women in Cybersecurity Conference

The team behind picoCTF, CyLab’s educational platform aiming to bring more people into the field of cybersecurity, made sure its platform was present at this year’s conference for Women in Cybersecurity.

CBS Pittsburgh

Hibshi interviewed on CMU’s picoCTF mini-competition

CyLab/INI’s Hanan Hibshi appeared on CBS Pittsburgh to speak about CMU’s picoCTF mini-competition, a cybersecurity contest designed for younger students. The picoMini took place between May 7 and 10, 2021 and demonstrated real cybersecurity challenges.

Yahoo Finance

Hibshi quoted on cybersecurity training

CyLab/INI’s Hanan Hibshi was quoted in Yahoo Finance about the importance of new cybersecurity experts in the midst of numerous large-scale hacks.

Authority Magazine

Hibshi interviewed about cybersecurity

CyLab/INI’s Hanan Hibshi was interviewed by Authority Magazine about the cybersecurity industry, its future, and the importance of the field as everyday use of technology grows.

Engineering faculty named Provost’s Inclusive Teaching Fellows

Congratulations to EPP’s Daniel Armanios, CEE’s Sarah Christian and David Rounce, INI’s Hanan Hibshi, and MSE’s Vincent Sokalski on being selected as 2021-2022 Provost’s Inclusive Teaching Fellows at the Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation.

CyLab Security and Privacy Institute

picoCTF announces 2021 competition winners

Last month, picoCTF, which over the course of nearly a decade has become the world’s largest online hacking competition, held its 2021 competition.

Multiple Sources

Hibshi quoted on CMU’s picoCTF competition

CyLab/INI's Hanan Hibshi was quoted on The CyberWire podcast, Security Magazine, and ELearning Inside on CMU’s cybersecurity competition, picoCTF.

CyLab Security and Privacy Institute

The world’s largest online hacking competition launches next week

picoCTF 2021 begins March 16 at 12 p.m. and concludes March 30 at 3 p.m. ET. Participation is free, and all one needs to participate is a computer with basic Internet access.

CyLab Security and Privacy Institute

picoCTF to hold 2020 Mini Competition in October

In celebration of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, picoCTF will be holding a mini competition during the month of October. The competition will consist of series of cybersecurity challenges of intermediate difficulty in the topics of reverse engineering, forensics, web, and binary exploitation problems.

CyLab Security and Privacy Institute

Three CyLab papers presented at the FTC’s PrivacyCon 2020

Three CyLab papers were presented at this year’s PrivacyCon, focusing on privacy and security nutrition labels, making privacy choices easier, and perceptions of advanced video analytics.