After college,¬†Greg worked as a lab assistant at the Carnegie Mellon Usable Privacy and Security Lab (CUPS) , where he was supervised by Dr. Lorrie Cranor. Later, Greg went on to design security training materials used by various companies and government agencies as a consultant to a well known local Pittsburgh company. In graduate school he focused on researching how existing privacy enhancing technologies could be made more accessible to non-expert users. Greg left the PhD program ABD (“all but dissertation”) in 2015 to move to Washington DC and pursue a career in technology policy, and currently offers a wide array of security consulting services.

Outside of work, Greg’s interests include travel, photography, comedy, film, and the occasional book.