United States Department of Defense, Army Research Lab, Cyber and Networked Systems.
Claire La Fleur received her Masters and PhD in Cognitive Psychology from University of Virginia (UVA), graduating in 2017.
She is currently a Post-Doctoral Researcher working in the CHIMERA lab, which is currently developing capabilities for reproducible training cyber scenarios within a unique human-in-the-loop cyber environment.
She is also currently pursuing a second masters in Data Science from University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). Her current research focuses on (1) extracting human workflows from human computer interaction sensors (keyloggers, application monitors, screenshots, NetFlow data) and (2) exploring individuals differences predicting performance in team performance in cyber defense competitions.
What do high performing cyber defense team look like and how do they train?