Jeffrey Proudfoot

Graduate Associate
University of Arizona

My research program is comprised of two core areas. My personal research agenda is focused on information systems security, and includes identifying insider threats, phishing, online deviance, and improving secure behavior. My research as a contributor to the Center for the Management of Information and the National Center for Border Security and Immigration includes behavioral sensor research, developing automated systems to conduct credibility assessments, and identifying novel approaches to concealed information testing. In an effort to secure funding for these research interests, I have been a co-principal investigator on a number of grant submissions resulting in over $350,000 in awarded funds.