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September 12:
5:00 Cocktail Hour
6:00 Dinner
7:00 Second Cocktail Hour

September 13:

8:30 Psychological Contract
9:00 Michael Locasto: Security and privacy considerations in digital death.
10:00 Coffee / Email Break
10:15 Wolter Pieters: Reducing normative conflicts in information security.
11:15 Coffee Break
11:30 Paul van Oorschot: A multi-word password proposal (gridWord) and exploring questions about science in security research and usable security evaluation.
12:30 Lunch
2:15 Peter Gutmann:
Applying problem-structuring methods to problems in computer security.

3:15 Coffee / Email Break
3:45 Aaron Jaggard: Towards a formal model of accountability.
4:45 End / Email Break
5:00 Leave for Dinner

September 14:

9:00 Rick Wash: Influencing mental models of security: a research agenda.
10:00 Coffee / Email Break
10:15 Rainer Bohme: The security cost of cheap user interaction.
11:30 Weliang Du: Position paper: why are there so many vulnerabilities in web applications?
12:30 Lunch
2:00 Marco Carvalho: Resilience is more than availability.
3:00 Coffee / Email Break
3:30 Gerald Friedland: Sherlock holmes' evil twin: on the impact of global inference for online privacy.
4:00 End / Email Break
6:00 Dinner

September 15:

9:00 Stefan Katzenbeisser: Public security: simulations need to replace conventional wisdom.
10:00 Coffee Break
10:15 Dusko Pavlovic: Gaming security by obscurity.
11:15 Wrap up
11:45 Lunch