Joseph Bonneau is a Secure Usability Fellow working at both the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Stanford.

The main goals of his fellowship are to improve the state of the art of secure messaging with user-centered cryptographic architectures. In particular, on the EFF side he is working on improving the EFF’s Secure Messaging Scorecard and starting next steps of the Campaign for Secure and Usable Crypto. At Stanford he is doing technical work on the CONIKS project to build user-verifiable public key directories for secure messaging tools.