Researchers in Princeton's Department of Computer Science focus on a broad array of security- and privacy-related research areas. The interdisciplinary Security & Privacy Research Group has active projects spanning the domains of cryptography (both theoretical and applied), distributed systems and networking, programming languages and formal methods, web security, and privacy-enhancing technologies.
Many of the group's members are also affiliated with Princeton's Center for Information Technology Policy where they study problems at the intersection of computer security, policy, and law including electronic voting, Internet privacy, and the relationship between digital technology and copyright.
You can get a good idea of what we're up to from the CITP group blog, Freedom to Tinker. In particular, we post occasional research summaries. Here are the most recent few: