Cara Bloom

Cara Bloom is a Senior Cybersecurity and Privacy Scientist at MITRE where she leads research teams on privacy threat modeling and measuring privacy expectations for emerging technologies. She has provided privacy and cybersecurity expertise on international data protection legislation, autonomous and connected vehicle technology, and primary research on data de-identification and blockchain for identity. Cara has presented at the USENIX Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security, the FTC Data Privacy Day Conference, and the IAPP Global Summit. She holds an MS in Information Security Policy from Carnegie Mellon University and has experience at the Federal Trade Commission and CMU’s CyLab Security and Privacy Institute.

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