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List of Accepted Papers

The list of accepted papers is:

  • gridWord: Leveraging An Early-Stage Prototype to Explore Questions about Science in Security Research and Usable Security Evaluation
    Kemal Bicakci, TOBB University of Economics and Technology
    Paul Van Oorschot, Carleton University
  • Sherlock Holmes’s Evil Twin: On The Impact of Global Inference for Online Privacy
    Gerald Friedland, ICSI
    Gregor Maier, ICSI
    Robin Sommer, ICSI/LBNL
    Nicholas Weaver, ICSI
  • Applying Problem-Structuring Methods to Problems in Computer Security
    Peter Gutmann, University of Auckland
  • Towards a Formal Model of Accountability
    Joan Feigenbaum, Yale University
    Aaron D. Jaggard, Colgate University and Rutgers University
    Rebecca Wright, Rutgers University
  • Influencing Mental Models of Security: A Research Agenda
    Rick Wash, Michigan State University
    Emilee Rader, Northwestern University
  • Position Paper: Why Are There So Many Vulnerabilities in Web Applications?
    Wenliang Du, Syracuse University
    Karthick Jayaraman, Syracuse University
    Xi Tan, Syracuse University
    Tongbo Luo, Syracuse University
    Steve Chapin, Syracuse University
  • If the enemy knows the system, then the system should learn from the enemy
    Dusko Pavlovic, Royal Holoway
  • Security and Privacy Considerations in Digital Death
    Michael Locasto, University of Calgary
    Michael Massimi, University of Toronto
    Peter Depasquale, The College of New Jersey
  • The Security Cost of Cheap User Interaction
    Rainer Boehme, University of Münster / ERCIS
    Jens Grossklags, Penn State University
  • Resilience is More than Availability
    Matt Bishop, University of California at Davis
    Marco Carvalho, IHMC
    Richard Ford, Florida Tech
    Liam Mayron, Harris Corportation
  • Reducing normative conflicts in information security
    Wolter Pieters, EEMCS, University of Twente
    Lizzie Coles-Kemp, Royal Holloway, University of London
  • Public Security: simulations need to replace conventional wisdom
    Kay Hamacher, TU Darmstadt
    Stefan Katzenbeisser, TU Darmstadt