Allan Friedman is a post-doctoral fellow at CRCS, where he studies information technology policy, particularly cybersecurity, information privacy and the structure of communication networks. His work spans the social sciences, public policy and computer science.
He has published on issues ranging from privacy regulation to security incentive structures to how organizational behavior can be affected by communication networks. Friedman has a degree in computer science from Swarthmore College and a PhD in Public Policy from Harvard University. He is also affiliated the Belfer Center on Science and International Affairs and the Kennedy School's Program on Networked Governance.