Jedidiah Crandall's research focuses on cutting-edge techniques for inferring what's really going on on the Internet and in software that connects to the Internet.


  • Recent research involves Internet censorship and Internet surveillance and methods for measuring Internet cenorship between any two machines in the world.
  • Organized UNM's Cybersecurity Boot Camp in 2014 to help teach high school students in white hat hacking, forensics and information assurance principles.
  • Background involves Internet worms
  • Ph.D. from U.C. Davis in 2007

Additional areas of interest
Identifying threats to online freedom, documenting censorship and surveillance baked into software and new educational technologies.

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