Josephine Wolff is an assistant professor of public policy and computing security at the Rochester Institute of Technology. During the 2015-16 year she is also a New America Cybersecurity Initiative fellow, working on a project about a series of cyber security incidents over the course of the past decade, tracing their economic and legal aftermath and their impact on the current state of technical, social, and political lines of defense. Her writing has appeared in Slate, The Atlantic, Scientific American, The New Republic, Newsweek, and The New York Times Opinionator blog. She received her PhD in Engineering Systems and M.S. in Technology & Policy from MIT and holds an A.B. in mathematics from Princeton University.