USP論文読破会

ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシ(USP)論文読破会

ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシに関するトップ論文を読んで得られた知見を発表・共有する会。

開催:年1~2回

場所:オンサイトもしくはハイブリッド

各読破会の情報(折り畳みページ)

USP論文読破会7

ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー(USP)論文読破会7

更新日:2023年11月23日

プログラムを一部更新 

ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー研究とは、セキュリティとプライバシーのユーザビリティに特化した研究領域であり、主にヒューマンファクタに焦点を当ててセキュリティ・プライバシーを議論します。 ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシーの研究は世界的な発展を見せており、本分野を専門的に扱う国際会議 Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS) への投稿数と採録数も増加が続いています。 加えて、SOUPSに限らずセキュリティ・プライバシーの難関国際会議で本分野の論文が多く発表されるようになり、本分野の裾野は確実に広がっています。 ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー論文読破会は、このような発展を考慮し、当初開催されていたSOUPS論文読破会をもとに、SOUPS以外の国際会議も広く対象会議とすることで発展させたイベントです。 本読破会では、参加者同士で協力して本分野の最先端の論文を紹介し合い、参加者が最先端研究を広く把握することを目指します。 また最先端研究の把握を通して、SPT研究会が対象とする分野の国内研究の底上げを図ります。

第7回目となる今回は、2018年11月に開催されたUSP読破会、2019年5月に開催されたUSP読破会2、2019年11月に開催されたUSP読破会3、2020年11月に開催されたUSP読破会4、2021年7月に開催されたUSP読破会5、2022年11月に開催されたUSP読破会6に続く開催です。

開催要項

日時: 2023年11月24日(金) 10:00~18:00(予定)

開催形式: ハイブリット開催
現地会場: NICTイノベーションセンター(東京都中央区日本橋2-7-1 東京日本橋タワー 15階) (予定)[交通のご案内(PDF)]
オンライン: Zoom

会場の収容人数に限りがございます。現地参加を希望の方は、早めの申込をお願いします。なお、発表者や学生参加者の現地参加を優先させていただく可能性があり、必ずしも先着順とはならないこと予めご了承願います。現地参加の可否については申込受付後に開催担当より個別にご連絡します。

参加費: 無料

発表者募集(締め切りました)

本読破会で論文を紹介していただける方を募集します。 1論文につき15 or 20分程度(質疑込み、発表時間は発表者人数をみて後日連絡させていただきます)でご紹介ください。 紹介のスライドを事前にお送りいただき、当日の参加者と共有します。

発表申込は、定員に達し次第締め切ります。

紹介いただく論文は、前回の読破会発表申込以降(2022年09月〜2023年11月)に発表された、ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシーに関わると考えられる論文からお好きにお選びください。

参考までに、ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー論文が発表されている代表的な国際会議を、本ウェブページの下部にリストアップしました。 ただし、それらの国際会議に限定せず、ヒューマンファクタとセキュリティ・プライバシーを扱った論文を広く受け付けます。

発表希望の方は以下のフォームより申込をお願いします。
USP論文読破会7 発表申込フォーム(Googleフォーム)

ご入力いただく内容:

フォームによる発表申込受付後、紹介いただく論文の確定の連絡を開催担当より差し上げます。

参加者募集(締め切りました)

参加希望の方は以下のフォームより申込をお願いします。発表申込者の参加申込は不要です。
USP論文読破会7 参加申込フォーム(Googleフォーム)

ご入力いただく内容:

お知らせ

研究会非会員の方は、この機会にSPT研究会会員登録をお薦めします。 情報処理学会の学会員の方の登録費は3,600円(税抜)です。
情報処理学会に入会するためには、別途入会金と年会費が必要です。 非会員の方でも研究会登録することができます。 その場合の研究会登録費は4,600円(税抜)です。

研究会の登録の詳細については「研究会に登録する(情報処理学会)」をご参照ください。

懇親会

読破会終了後に懇親会を行います。

場所

南インド料理ダクシン 大手町店

時間

18:30-

会費

6,000円 (予定)

SPT研究会から懇親会費の領収書は発行されません。どうしても領収書が必要な方は会場店舗からの発行となります。

参考:ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー論文が発表される代表的な国際会議

注意:本ページ公開時点(2023年8月)で、プログラム等が未公開の会議も含みます

運営

お問い合わせ先: uspread 【アットマーク】spt.ipsj.or.jp

開催担当:山岸 伶(日立)

運営メンバ:
長谷川 彩子(NICT)
金森 祥子(NICT)
畑島 隆(NTT)
坂本 一仁(DataSign)

読破会プログラム

USP論文読破会6

ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー(USP)論文読破会6

更新日:2022年11月15日

ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー研究とは、セキュリティとプライバシーのユーザビリティに特化した研究領域であり、主にヒューマンファクタに焦点を当ててセキュリティ・プライバシーを議論します。 ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシーの研究は世界的な発展を見せており、本分野を専門的に扱う国際会議 Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS) への投稿数と採録数も増加が続いています。 加えて、SOUPSに限らずセキュリティ・プライバシーの難関国際会議で本分野の論文が多く発表されるようになり、本分野の裾野は確実に広がっています。 ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー論文読破会は、このような発展を考慮し、当初開催されていたSOUPS論文読破会をもとに、SOUPS以外の国際会議も広く対象会議とすることで発展させたイベントです。 本読破会では、参加者同士で協力して本分野の最先端の論文を紹介し合い、参加者が最先端研究を広く把握することを目指します。 また最先端研究の把握を通して、SPT研究会が対象とする分野の国内研究の底上げを図ります。

第6回目となる今回は、2018年11月に開催されたUSP読破会、2019年5月に開催されたUSP読破会2、2019年11月に開催されたUSP読破会3、2020年11月に開催されたUSP読破会4、2021年7月に開催されたUSP読破会5に続く開催です。

開催要項

日時: 2022年11月18日(金) 10:30~17:00

開催形式: ハイブリット開催
現地会場: 千代田区大手町1-8-1 KDDI大手町ビル16階(NICTイノベーションセンター)[交通のご案内(PDF)]
オンライン: Zoom

会場の収容人数に限りがございます。現地参加を希望の方は、早めの申込をお願いします。なお、発表者や学生参加者の現地参加を優先させていただく可能性があり、必ずしも先着順とはならないこと予めご了承願います。現地参加の可否については申込受付後に開催担当より個別にご連絡します。

参加費: 無料

発表者募集(締め切りました)

本読破会で論文を紹介していただける方を募集します。 1論文につき15分程度(質疑込み)でご紹介ください。 紹介のスライドを事前にお送りいただき、当日の参加者と共有します。

発表申込は、定員に達し次第締め切ります。

紹介いただく論文は、前回の読破会以降(2021年8月~2022年11月)に発表された、ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシーに関わると考えられる論文からお好きにお選びください。

参考までに、ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー論文が発表されている代表的な国際会議を、本ウェブページの下部にリストアップしました。 ただし、それらの国際会議に限定せず、ヒューマンファクタとセキュリティ・プライバシーを扱った論文を広く受け付けます。

発表希望の方は以下のフォームより申込をお願いします。
USP論文読破会6 発表申込フォーム(Googleフォーム)

ご入力いただく内容:

フォームによる発表申込受付後、紹介いただく論文の確定の連絡を開催担当より差し上げます。

参加者募集 11/17(木) 12:00まで(現地参加は締め切りました)

参加希望の方は以下のフォームより申込をお願いします。発表申込者の参加申込は不要です。
USP論文読破会6 参加申込フォーム(Googleフォーム)

ご入力いただく内容:

お知らせ

研究会非会員の方は、この機会にSPT研究会会員登録をお薦めします。 情報処理学会の学会員の方の登録費は3,600円(税抜)です。
情報処理学会に入会するためには、別途入会金と年会費が必要です。 非会員の方でも研究会登録することができます。 その場合の研究会登録費は4,600円(税抜)です。

研究会の登録の詳細については「研究会に登録する(情報処理学会)」をご参照ください。

参考:ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー論文が発表される代表的な国際会議

運営

お問い合わせ先: uspread 【アットマーク】klab.is.sci.toho-u.ac.jp

運営メンバ:
長谷川 彩子(NICT)
畑島 隆(NTT)
金森 祥子(NICT)
坂本 一仁(DataSign)
金岡 晃(東邦大学)

読破会プログラム

USP論文読破会5

ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー(USP)論文読破会5

更新日:2021年7月21日

ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー研究とは、セキュリティとプライバシーのユーザビリティに特化した研究領域であり、主にヒューマンファクタに焦点を当ててセキュリティ・プライバシーを議論します。 ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシーの研究は世界的な発展を見せており、本分野を専門的に扱う国際会議Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS)への投稿数と採録数も上昇が続いています。 加えて、SOUPSに限らずセキュリティ・プライバシーの難関国際会議で本分野の論文が多く発表されるようになり、本分野の裾野は確実に広がっています。 ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー論文読破会は、このような発展を考慮し、当初開催されていたSOUPS論文読破会をもとに、SOUPS以外の国際会議も広く対象会議とすることで発展させたイベントです。 本読破会では、参加者同士で協力して本分野の最先端の論文を紹介し合い、参加者が最先端研究を広く把握することを目指します。 また最先端研究の把握を通して、SPT研究会が対象とする分野の国内研究の底上げを図ります。

第5回目となる今回は、2018年11月に開催されたUSP読破会、2019年5月に開催されたUSP読破会2、2019年11月に開催されたUSP読破会3、2020年11月に開催されたUSP読破会4に続く開催です。

開催要項

日時:2021年7月21日(水)13:00~18:15

会場:オンライン(Zoom)

参加費

無料

発表者募集(締め切りました)

本読破会で論文を報告していただける方を募集します。 1論文につき15分程度(質疑込み)でご紹介ください。 紹介のスライドを事前にお送りいただいて、当日の参加者と共有いたします。

発表申し込みは、定員に達し次第締め切ります。

論文はこの1年(2020年8月~2021年7月)に発表されたユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシーに関わると考えられる論文からお好きにお選びください。

発表を希望する論文が前回の論文読破会(USP読破会4)にて既に発表されていないことをご確認の上、お申し込みください。また、

参考までに、ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシーの論文が複数発表されている代表的な国際会議を、本ウェブページの下部に「参考:ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシーの論文が発表される代表的な国際会議」としてリストアップいたしました。 ただし、それらの国際会議に限定せず、ヒューマンファクタとセキュリティ・プライバシーを扱った論文を広く受け付けます。

発表ご希望の方は、次のフォームより入力してください。

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1wo-IambiBlUurliGdgQ1aYY88CE6ujUGe_swUak65qg/

入力いただく内容:

担当論文の決定方法について

フォームによる受付後、順次担当する論文を決定させていただきます。 担当が決まった論文は、開催担当より発表者にご連絡し本ページ上でアナウンスいたします。

参加申込

参加ご希望の方は、次のフォームより入力してください。発表者の方は入力不要です。

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1pM7ZeeTHZeVIpT6DNN7Z91m6Pt669_wa5DAoMOdmwzA/

入力いただく内容:

お知らせ

その他

研究会非会員の方は、この機会にSPT研究会会員登録をお薦めします。 学会員の方の登録費は3,600円(税抜)です!
情報処理学会に入会するためには、別途入会金と年会費が必要になります。 なお非会員の方でも研究会登録することができます。 その場合の研究会登録費は4,600円(税抜)です。

研究会の登録の詳細については「研究会に登録する(情報処理学会)」をご参照ください。

参考:ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシーの論文が発表される代表的な国際会議

運営について

お問い合わせ先

uspread 【アットマーク】klab.is.sci.toho-u.ac.jp

開催担当

長谷川 彩子(NTT研究所)

読破会プログラム

USP論文読破会4

ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー(USP)論文読破会4

更新日:2020年11月16日

ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシーの分野は世界的な発展を見せ、当該分野を専門的に扱う国際会議Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS)への投稿数と採録数も上昇が続いています。 加えて、セキュリティの難関国際会議でもこれらの分野の論文が多く発表されるようになり、裾野は確実に広がっています。 本分野の最先端を幅広く把握するために、SOUPS以外の国際会議も広く対象会議とし、SOUPS論文読破会を発展させたイベントとしてユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー論文読破会が開始されました。 本読破会では、参加者同士で協力して発表論文を読破し、内容を紹介することで参加者が本分野の最先端論文を網羅的に把握することを目指します。 また最先端研究を知ることを通してSPT研究会が対象とする分野の国内研究の底上げを図ります。

第3回目となる今回は、2018年11月に開催されたUSP読破会、2019年5月に開催されたUSP読破会2、2019年11月に開催されたUSP読破会3に続く開催です。

開催要項

日時:2020年11月27日(金)10:00~18:00(予定)

会場:オンライン(Zoom)

参加費

無料

発表者募集(締め切りました)

本読破会で論文を報告していただける方を募集します。 1論文につき15分程度(質疑込み)でご紹介ください。 紹介のスライドを事前にお送りいただいて、当日の参加者と共有いたします。

発表申し込みは、定員に達し次第締め切ります。

論文はこの1年(2019年11月~2020年11月)に発表されたユーザブルセキュリティやユーザブルプライバシーに関わると考えられる論文からお好きにお選びください。

参考までに、この1年で発表された論文の中で関わると考えられる論文をページ下部に「参考:代表的な国際会議で発表されたUSP論文4」としてリストアップいたしました。ご参考ください。

発表ご希望の方は、次のフォームより入力してください。

https://forms.gle/nmii55Ch8n2VKdL88

入力いただく内容:

担当論文の決定方法について

フォームによる受付後、順次担当する論文を決定させていただきます。 担当が決まった論文は、担当者より発表者にご連絡し本ページ上でアナウンスいたします。

論文担当情報

参加申込

参加ご希望の方は、次のフォームより入力してください。発表者の方は入力不要です。

https://forms.gle/2uVhQQsZmQPyoxHv8

入力いただく内容:

お知らせ

その他

研究会非会員の方は、この機会にSPT研究会会員登録をお薦めします。 学会員の方の登録費は3,600円(税抜)です!
情報処理学会に入会するためには、別途入会金と年会費が必要になります。 なお非会員の方でも研究会登録することができます。 その場合の研究会登録費は4,600円(税抜)です。

研究会の登録の詳細については「研究会に登録する(情報処理学会)」をご参照ください。

参考:代表的な国際会議で発表されたUSP論文4

EIGER: Automated IOC Generation for Accurate and Interpretable Endpoint Malware Detection

Yuma Kurogome, NTT Secure Platform Laboratories; Yuto Otsuki, NTT Secure Platform Laboratories; Yuhei Kawakoya, NTT Secure Platform Laboratories; Makoto Iwamura, NTT Secure Platform Laboratories; Syogo Hayashi, NTT Security (Japan) KK; Tatsuya Mori, Waseda University / NICT; Koushik Sen, University of California, Berkeley

link

Your Hashed IP Address: Ubuntu - Perspectives on Transparency Tools for Online Advertising

Tobias Urban, Institute for Internet Security, Westphalian University of Applied Sciences; Martin Degeling, Ruhr University Bochum; Horst Gortz Institute for IT Security; Thorsten Holz, Ruhr University Bochum; Horst Gortz Institute for IT Security; Norbert Pohlmann, Institute for Internet Security, Westphalian University of Applied Sciences

link

Will You Trust This TLS Certificate? Perceptions of People Working in IT

Martin Ukrop, Masaryk University; Lydia Kraus, Masaryk University; Vashek Matyas, Masaryk University; Heider Ahmad Mutleq Wahsheh, Ca' Foscari University of Venice

link

I Know What You Did Last Login: Inconsistent Messages Tell Existence of a Target's Account to Insiders

Ayako Akiyama Hasegawa, NTT Secure Platform Laboratories; Takuya Watanabe, NTT Secure Platform Laboratories; Eitaro Shioji, NTT Secure Platform Laboratories; Mitsuaki Akiyama, NTT Secure Platform Laboratories

link

Open Market or Ghost Town? The Curious Case of OpenBazaar

James E. Arps (Carnegie Mellon University), Nicolas Christin (Carnegie Mellon University)

link

Surviving the Cryptojungle: Perception and Management of Risk Among North American Cryptocurrency (Non)Users

Artemij Voskobojnikov (University of British Columbia), Borke Obada-Obieh (University of British Columbia), Yue Huang (University of British Columbia), Konstantin Beznosov (University of British Columbia)

link

AsiaUSEC 2020 (会議のWebサイト)

A Tale of Two Browsers: Understanding User’s Web Browser Choices in South Korea -

Simon Woo, Hyoungshick Kim, Ji Won Choi, Soyoon Jeon, Jihye Woo and Joon Han

link

User-Centered Risk Communication for Safer Browsing

Sanchari Das, Jacob Abbott, Shakthidhar Gopavaram, Jim Blythe and L. Jean Camp.

link

Secure Email – A Usability Study

Adrian Reuter, Ahmed Abdelmaksoud, Wadie Lemrazzeq, Karima Boudaoud and Marco Winckler

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The Effects of Cue Utilization and Cognitive Load in the Detection of Phishing Emails,

George Nasser, Ben Morrison, Piers Bayl-Smith, Ronnie Taib, Michael Gayed, and Mark Wiggins

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Cue Utilization, Phishing Feature and Phishing Email Detection

Piers Bayl-Smith, Daniel Sturman and Mark Wiggins

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Dis-Empowerment Online- An Investigation of Privacy & Sharing Perceptions & Method Preferences

KovilaP.L.Coopamootoo

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Security and Privacy Awareness in Smart Environments – A Cross-Country Investigation,

Oksana Kulyk, Benjamin Maximilian Reinheimer, Lukas Aldag, Peter Mayer, Nina Gerber, Melanie Volkamer.

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Understanding Perceptions of Smart Devices

Hilda Hadan, Sameer Patil

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In Our Employer We Trust: Mental Models of Office Worker’s Privacy Perceptions

Jan Tolsdorf and Florian Dehling

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Behaviour of Outsourced Employees as Sources of Information System Security Threats

David Oyebisi and Kennedy Njenga

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Exploring Effects of Auditory Stimuli on CAPTCHA Performance

Gene Tsudik, Tyler Kaczmarek, Bruce Berg, Alfred Kobsa

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PassPage: Graphical Password Authentication Scheme Based on Web Browsing Records

Xian Chu, Huiping Sun, Zhong Chen

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Empathy as a Response to Frustration in Password Choice

Kovila P.L. Coopamootoo

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Fixing the Fixes: Assessing the Solutions of SAST Tools for Securing Password Storage

Harshal Tupsamudre,Monika Sahu,Kumar Vidhani,Sachin Lodha

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Incorporating Psychology into Cyber Security Education: A Pedagogical Approach

Jacqui Taylor-Jackson, John McAlaney, Jeff Foster, Abubakar Bello, Alana Maurushat, John Dale

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Are You Going to Answer That? Measuring User Responses to Anti-Robocall Application Indicators

Imani N. Sherman (University of Florida), Jasmine D. Bowers (University of Florida), Keith McNamara Jr. (University of Florida), Juan E. Gilbert (University of Florida), Jaime Ruiz (University of Florida), Patrick Traynor (University of Florida)

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OcuLock: Exploring Human Visual System for Authentication in Virtual Reality Head-mounted Display

Shiqing Luo (Georgia State University), Anh Nguyen (Georgia State University), Chen Song (San Diego State University), Feng Lin (Zhejiang University), Wenyao Xu (SUNY Buffalo), Zhisheng Yan (Georgia State University)

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On the Resilience of Biometric Authentication Systems against Random Inputs

Benjamin Zi Hao Zhao (University of New South Wales and Data61 CSIRO), Hassan Jameel Asghar (Macquarie University and Data61 CSIRO), Mohamed Ali Kaafar (Macquarie University and Data61 CSIRO)

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Strong Authentication without Temper-Resistant Hardware and Application to Federated Identities

Zhenfeng Zhang (Chinese Academy of Sciences, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, and The Joint Academy of Blockchain Innovation), Yuchen Wang (Chinese Academy of Sciences and University of Chinese Academy of Sciences), Kang Yang (State Key Laboratory of Cryptology)

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A View from the Cockpit: Exploring Pilot Reactions to Attacks on Avionic Systems

Matthew Smith (University of Oxford), Martin Strohmeier (University of Oxford), Jonathan Harman (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Vincent Lenders (armasuisse Science and Technology), Ivan Martinovic (University of Oxford)

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Genotype Extraction and False Relative Attacks: Security Risks to Third-Party Genetic Genealogy Services Beyond Identity Inference

Peter Ney (University of Washington), Luis Ceze (University of Washington), Tadayoshi Kohno (University of Washington)

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Complex Security Policy? A Longitudinal Analysis of Deployed Content Security Policies

Sebastian Roth (CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security), Timothy Barron (Stony Brook University), Stefano Calzavara (Università Ca' Foscari Venezia), Nick Nikiforakis (Stony Brook University), Ben Stock (CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security)

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Into the Deep Web: Understanding E-commerce Fraud from Autonomous Chat with Cybercriminals

Peng Wang (Indiana University Bloomington), Xiaojing Liao (Indiana University Bloomington), Yue Qin (Indiana University Bloomington), XiaoFeng Wang (Indiana University Bloomington)

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Compliance Cautions: Investigating Security Issues Associated with U.S. Digital-Security Standards

Rock Stevens (University of Maryland), Josiah Dykstra (Independent Security Researcher), Wendy Knox Everette (Leviathan Security Group), James Chapman (Independent Security Researcher), Garrett Bladow (Dragos), Alexander Farmer (Independent Security Researcher), Kevin Halliday (University of Maryland), Michelle L. Mazurek (University of Maryland)

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"Addressing Anonymous Abuses: Measuring the Effects of Technical Mechanisms on Reported User Behaviors "

Wajeeha Ahmad and Ilaria Liccardi

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"Amazon vs. My Brother: How Users of Shared Smart Speakers Perceive and Cope with Privacy Risks "

Yue Huang, Borke Obada-Obieh, and Konstantin (Kosta) Beznosov

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"Arseing around was Fun!" – Humor as a Resource in Design and Making

NettaIivari, Marianne Kinnula, LeenaKuure and TiinaKeisanen

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"Bug or Feature? Covert Impairments to Human Computer Interaction "

John V. Monaco

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"Building and Validating a Scale for Secure Software Development Self-Efficacy "

Daniel J Votipka, Desiree Abrokwa, and Michelle L. Mazurek

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"Circle of Trust: A New Approach to Mobile Online Safety for Families "

Arup Kumar Ghosh, Charles E. Hughes, and Pamela J. Wisniewski

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"Dark Patterns after the GDPR: Scraping Consent Pop-ups and Demonstrating their Influence "

Midas Nouwens, Ilaria Liccardi, Michael Veale, David Karger, and Lalana Kagal

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Does Context in Privacy Communication Really Matter? — A Survey on Consumer Concerns and Preferences

Nico Ebert, Kurt Alexander Ackermann and Peter Heinrich

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"Effects of Credibility Indicators on Social Media News Sharing Intent "

Waheeb Yaqub, Otari Kakhidze, Morgan L. Brockman, Nasir Memon, and Sameer Patil

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"Evaluating 'Prefer not to say' Around Sensitive Disclosures "

Mark Warner, Agnieszka Kitkowska, Jo Gibbs, Juan F. Maestre, and Ann Blandford

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"Evaluating the End-User Experience of Private Browsing Mode "

Ruba Abu-Salma and Benjamin Livshits

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"Evaluating the Information Security Awareness of Smartphone Users "

Ron Bitton, Kobi Boymgold, Rami Puzis, and Asaf Shabtai

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"Examining the Adoption and Abandonment of Security, Privacy, and Identity Theft Protection Practices "

Yixin Zou, Kevin Roundy, Acar Tamersoy, Saurabh Shintre, johann roturier, and Florian Schaub

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"Exploring Nudge Designs to Help Adolescent SNS Users Avoid Privacy and Safety Threats "

Hiroaki Masaki, Kengo Shibata, Shui Hoshino, Takahiro Ishihama, Nagayuki Saito, and Koji Yatani

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"How Mandatory Second Factor Affects the Authentication User Experience "

Jacob Abbott and Sameer Patil

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"I'm All Eyes and Ears: Exploring Effective Locators for Privacy Awareness in IoT Scenarios "

Yunpeng Song, Yun Huang, Zhongmin Cai, and Jason I. Hong

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"I'm hoping they're an ethical company that won't do anything that I'll regret": Users Perceptions of At-home DNA Testing Companies

Khadija Baig, Reham Mohamed, Anna-Lena Theus, and Sonia Chiasson

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"Informing the Design of a Personalized Privacy Assistant for the Internet of Things "

Jessica Colnago, Yuanyuan Feng, Tharangini Palanivel, Sarah Pearman, Megan Ung, Alessandro Acquisti, Lorrie Faith Cranor, and Norman Sadeh

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"""It's a scavenger hunt"": Usability of Websites' Opt-Out and Data Deletion Choices "

Hana Habib, Sarah Pearman, Jiamin Wang, Yixin Zou, Alessandro Acquisti, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Norman Sadeh, and Florian Schaub

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"Let's Talk about Sext: How Adolescents Seek Support and Advice about Their Online Sexual Experiences "

Afsaneh Razi, Karla Badillo-Urquiola and Pamela J. Wisniewski

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Lime', 'Open Lock', and 'Blocked': Children's Perception of Colors, Symbols, and Words in Cybersecurity Warnings

Rebecca Jeong and Sonia Chiasson

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"Listen to Developers! A Participatory Design Study on Security Warnings for Cryptographic APIs "

Peter Leo Gorski, Yasemin Acar, Luigi Lo Iacono, and Sascha Fahl

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"Measuring Identity Confusion with Uniform Resource Locators "

Joshua Reynolds, Deepak Kumar, Zane Ma, Rohan C Subramanian, Meishan Wu, Martin Shelton, Joshua Mason, Emily Stark, and Michael Bailey

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On Conducting Security Developer Studies with CS Students: Examining a Password-Storage Study with CS Students, Freelancers, and Company Developers

Alena Naiakshina, Anastasia Danilova, Eva Gerlitz, and Matthew Smith

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"Online Privacy Heuristics that Predict Information Disclosure "

S. Shyam Sundar, Jinyoung Kim, Mary Beth Rosson and Maria D. Molina

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Ownership, Privacy, and Control in the Wake of Cambridge Analytica: The Relationship between Attitudes and Awareness

Frank M. Shipman and Catherine C. Marshall

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Private Responses for Public Sharing: Understanding Self-Presentation and Relational Maintenance via Stories in Social Media

Penny Triệu and Nancy K. Baym

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Robocalling: STIRRED AND SHAKEN! – An Investigation of Calling Displays on Trust and Answer Rates

Gregory W. Edwards, Michael J. Gonzales, and Marc A. Sullivan

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Taking Data Out of Context to Hyper-Personalize Ads: Crowdworkers' Privacy Perceptions and Decisions to Disclose Private Information

Julia Hanson, Miranda Wei, Sophie Veys, Matthew Kugler, Lior Strahilevitz, and Blase Ur

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"The Burden of Ending Online Account Sharing "

Borke Obada-Obieh, Yue Huang, and Konstantin Beznosov

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"The Influence of Decaying the Representation of Older Social Media Content on Simulated Hiring Decisions "

Reham Mohamed, Paulina Chametka, and Sonia Chiasson

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"The Politics of Privacy Theories: Moving from Norms to Vulnerabilities "

Nora McDonald and Andrea Forte

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"The Role of Eye Gaze in Security and Privacy Applications: Survey and Future HCI Research Directions "

Christina Katsini, Yasmeen Abdrabou, George E. Raptis, Mohamed Khamis, and Florian Alt

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"Towards A Taxonomy of Content Sensitivity and Sharing Preferences for Photos "

Yifang Li, Nishant Vishwamitra, Hongxin Hu, and Kelly Caine

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"Understanding Cybersecurity Practices in Emergency Departments "

Elizabeth Stobert, David Barrera, Valérie Homier, and Daniel Kollek

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"Understanding Fitness Tracker Users' Security and Privacy Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviours "

Sandra Gabriele and Sonia Chiasson

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"Understanding Privacy-Related Questions on Stack Overflow "

Mohammad Tahaei, Kami Vaniea, and Naomi Saphra

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"User Experiences with Online Status Indicators "

Camille Cobb, Lucy Simko, Tadayoshi Kohno, and Alexis Hiniker

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"""We Hold Each Other Accountable"": Unpacking How Social Groups Approach Cybersecurity and Privacy Together "

Hue Watson, Eyitemi Moju-Igbene, Akanksha Kumari, and Sauvik Das

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"What is this URL's Destination? Empirical Evaluation of Users' URL Reading "

Sara Albakry, Kami Vaniea, and Maria K. Wolters

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"Why Johnny Can't Unsubscribe: Barriers to Stopping Unwanted Email "

Jayati Dev, Emilee Rader, and Sameer Patil

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"Will Deleting History Make Alexa More Trustworthy? Effects of Privacy and Content Customization on User Experience of Smart Speakers "

Eugene Cho, S. ShyamSundar, Saeed Abdullah and NasimMotalebi

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"Is FIDO2 the Kingslayer of User Authentication? A Comparative Usability Study of FIDO2 Passwordless Authentication"

Sanam Ghorbani Lyastani (CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security, Germany), Michael Schilling (CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security, Germany), Michaela Neumayr (CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security, Germany), Michael Backes (CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security, Germany), Sven Bugiel (CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security, Germany)

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"This PIN Can Be Easily Guessed: Analyzing the Security of Smartphone Unlock PINs"

"Philipp Markert (Ruhr University Bochum), Daniel Bailey (Ruhr University Bochum), Maximilian Golla (Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy), Markus Dürmuth (Ruhr University Bochum), Adam Aviv (The George Washington University) "

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"Gesture Authentication for Smartphones: Evaluation of Gesture Password Selection Policies"

"Eunyong Cheon (UNIST, Republic of Korea), Yonghwan Shin (UNIST, Republic of Korea), Jun Ho Huh (Samsung Research, Republic of Korea), Hyoungshick Kim (Sungkyunkwan University, Republic of Korea), Ian Oakley (UNIST, Republic of Korea) "

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Do Cookie Banners Respect My Choice? Measuring Legal Compliance of Banners from IAB Europe's Transparancy and Consent Framework

"Célestin Matte (Inria, France), Nataliia Bielova (Inria, France), Cristiana Santos (Inria, France) "

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"Influencing Photo Sharing Decisions on Social Media: A Case of Paradoxical Findings"

"Mary Jean Amon (University of Colorado Boulder), Rakibul Hasan (Indiana University), Kurt Hugenberg (Indiana University), Bennett Bertenthal (Indiana University), Apu Kapadia (Indiana University) "

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Passworld: A Serious Game to Promote Password Awareness and Diversity in an Enterprise

Gokul Chettoor Jayakrishnan, Gangadhara Reddy Sirigireddy, Sukanya Vaddepalli, Vijayanand Banahatti, and Sachin Premsukh Lodha, Sankalp Suneel Pandit, TCS Research, Tata Consultancy Services Limited

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“You still use the password after all” – Exploring FIDO2 Security Keys in a Small Company

Florian M. Farke, Ruhr University Bochum; Lennart Lorenz, tracekey solutions GmbH; Theodor Schnitzler, Philipp Markert, and Markus Dürmuth, Ruhr University Bochum

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Knock, Knock. Who’s There? On the Security of LG’s Knock Codes

Raina Samuel, New Jersey Institute of Technology; Philipp Markert, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany; Adam J. Aviv, The George Washington University; Iulian Neamtiu, New Jersey Institute of Technology

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An Empirical Study of Wireless Carrier Authentication for SIM Swaps

"Kevin Lee, Benjamin Kaiser, Jonathan Mayer, and Arvind Narayanan, Princeton University "

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Lessons Learnt from Comparing WhatsApp Privacy Concerns Across Saudi and Indian Populations

"Jayati Dev, Indiana University; Pablo Moriano, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; L. Jean Camp, Indiana University "

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Realizing Choice: Online Safeguards for Couples Adapting to Cognitive Challenges

Nora McDonald, Alison Larsen, and Allison Battisti, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Galina Madjaroff, University of Maryland; Aaron Massey and Helena Mentis, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

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Blind and Human: Exploring More Usable Audio CAPTCHA Designs

"Valerie Fanelle, Sepideh Karimi, Aditi Shah, Bharath Subramanian, and Sauvik Das, Georgia Institute of Technology "

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Usable Sexurity: Studying People’s Concerns and Strategies When Sexting

"Christine Geeng, Jevan Hutson, and Franziska Roesner, University of Washington "

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Towards Understanding Privacy and Trust in Online Reporting of Sexual Assault

Borke Obada-Obieh, The University of British Columbia; Lucrezia Spagnolo, Vesta Social Innovation Technologies; Konstantin (Kosta) Beznosov, University of British Columbia

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Replication: On the Ecological Validity of Online Security Developer Studies: Exploring Deception in a Password-Storage Study with Freelancers

"Anastasia Danilova, Alena Naiakshina, and Johanna Deuter, University of Bonn; Matthew Smith, University of Bonn and Fraunhofer FKIE "

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Innovation Inaction or In Action? The Role of User Experience in the Security and Privacy Design of Smart Home Cameras

"George Chalhoub and Ivan Flechais, University of Oxford; Norbert Nthala, Michigan State University; Ruba Abu-Salma, University College London (UCL) & Inria "

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An Ethnographic Understanding of Software (In)Security and a Co-Creation Model to Improve Secure Software Development

"Hernan Palombo, Armin Ziaie Tabari, Daniel Lende, Jay Ligatti, and Xinming Ou, University of South Florida "

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Why Can't Johnny Fix Vulnerabilities: A Usability Evaluation of Static Analysis Tools for Security

"Justin Smith, Lafayette College; Lisa Nguyen Quang Do and Emerson Murphy-Hill, Google "

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Security, Availability, and Multiple Information Sources: Exploring Update Behavior of System Administrators

Christian Tiefenau and Maximilian Häring, University of Bonn; Katharina Krombholz, CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security; Emanuel von Zezschwitz, University of Bonn and Fraunhofer FKIE

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An investigation of phishing awareness and education over time: When and how to best remind users

Benjamin Maximilian Reinheimer, Lukas Aldag, Peter Mayer, Mattia Mossano, and Reyhan Duezguen, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; Bettina Lofthouse, Landesamt für Geoinformation und Landesvermessung Niedersachsen; Tatiana von Landesberger, Technische Universität Darmstadt; Melanie Volkamer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

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An Exploratory Study of Hardware Reverse Engineering — Technical and Cognitive Processes

Steffen Becker, Carina Wiesen, and Nils Albartus, Ruhr University Bochum and Max Planck Institute for Cybersecurity and Privacy; Nikol Rummel, Ruhr University Bochum; Christof Paar, Max Planck Institute for Cybersecurity and Privacy

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Industry Responses to the European Directive on Security of Network and Information Systems (NIS): Understanding policy implementation practices across critical infrastructures

"Ola Aleksandra Michalec, Dirk van der Linden, Sveta Milyaeva, and Awais Rashid, University of Bristol "

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"You've Got Your Nice List of Bugs, Now What?" Vulnerability Discovery and Management Processes in the Wild

Noura Alomar, University of California, Berkeley; Primal Wijesekera, UC Berkeley / ICSI; Edward Qiu, University of California, Berkeley; Serge Egelman, UC Berkeley / ICSI

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User Mental Models of Cryptocurrency Systems - A Grounded Theory Approach

"Alexandra Mai and Katharina Pfeffer, SBA Research; Matthias Gusenbauer, Tokyo Institute of Technology and SBA Research; Edgar Weippl, University of Vienna; Katharina Krombholz, CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security "

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Cloudy with a Chance of Misconceptions: Exploring Users' Perceptions and Expectations of Security and Privacy in Cloud Office Suites

"Dominik Wermke, Nicolas Huaman, Christian Stransky, Niklas Busch, Yasemin Acar, and Sascha Fahl, Leibniz University Hannover "

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From Intent to Action: Nudging Users Towards Secure Mobile Payments

"Peter Story, Daniel Smullen, Alessandro Acquisti, Lorrie Faith Cranor, and Norman Sadeh, Carnegie Mellon University; Florian Schaub, University of Michigan "

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Do Privacy and Security Matter to Everyone? Quantifying and Clustering User-Centric Considerations About Smart Home Device Adoption

"Natã M. Barbosa, Zhuohao Zhang, and Yang Wang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign "

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Enhancing Privacy through the Visual Design of Privacy Notices: Exploring the Interplay of Curiosity, Control and Affect

Agnieszka Kitkowska, Karlstad University; Mark Warner, Northumbria University; Yefim Shulman, Tel Aviv University; Erik Wästlund and Leonardo A. Martucci, Karlstad University

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"I Have a Narrow Thought Process": Constraints on Explanations Connecting Inferences and Self-Perceptions

"Emilee Rader, Samantha Hautea, and Anjali Munasinghe, Michigan State University "

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Replication: Why We Still Can't Browse in Peace: On the Uniqueness and Reidentifiability of Web Browsing Histories

"Sarah Bird, Ilana Segall, and Martin Lopatka, Mozilla "

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How Risky Are Real Users' IFTTT Applets?

Camille Cobb and Milijana Surbatovich, Carnegie Mellon University; Anna Kawakami, Wellesley College; Mahmood Sharif, NortonLifeLock; Lujo Bauer, Carnegie Mellon University; Anupam Das, North Carolina State University; Limin Jia, Carnegie Mellon University

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USENIX Security '20 (会議のWebサイト)

"I am uncomfortable sharing what I can't see": Privacy Concerns of the Visually Impaired with Camera Based Assistive Applications

Taslima Akter, Indiana University Bloomington; Bryan Dosono, Syracuse University; Tousif Ahmed and Apu Kapadia, Indiana University Bloomington; Bryan Semaan, Syracuse University

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Understanding security mistakes developers make: Qualitative analysis from Build It, Break It, Fix It

Daniel Votipka, Kelsey R. Fulton, James Parker, Matthew Hou, Michelle L. Mazurek, and Michael Hicks, University of Maryland

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A Comprehensive Quality Evaluation of Security and Privacy Advice on the Web

Elissa M. Redmiles, Microsoft Research; Noel Warford, Amritha Jayanti, and Aravind Koneru, University of Maryland; Sean Kross, University of California, San Diego; Miraida Morales, Rutgers University; Rock Stevens and Michelle L. Mazurek, University of Maryland

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Empirical Measurement of Systemic 2FA Usability

Joshua Reynolds, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and University of California, Berkeley and International Computer Science Institute; Nikita Samarin, University of California, Berkeley and International Computer Science Institute; Joseph Barnes, Taylor Judd, Joshua Mason, and Michael Bailey, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Serge Egelman, University of California, Berkeley and International Computer Science Institute

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What Twitter Knows: Characterizing Ad Targeting Practices, User Perceptions, and Ad Explanations Through Users' Own Twitter Data

Miranda Wei, University of Washington / University of Chicago; Madison Stamos and Sophie Veys, University of Chicago; Nathan Reitinger and Justin Goodman, University of Maryland; Margot Herman, University of Chicago; Dorota Filipczuk, University of Southampton; Ben Weinshel, University of Chicago; Michelle L. Mazurek, University of Maryland; Blase Ur, University of Chicago

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The Impact of Ad-Blockers on Product Search and Purchase Behavior: A Lab Experiment

"Alisa Frik, International Computer Science Institute / UC Berkeley; Amelia Haviland and Alessandro Acquisti, Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University "

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An Observational Investigation of Reverse Engineers’ Processes

Daniel Votipka and Seth Rabin, University of Maryland; Kristopher Micinski, Syracuse University; Jeffrey S. Foster, Tufts University; Michelle L. Mazurek, University of Maryland

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The Tools and Tactics Used in Intimate Partner Surveillance: An Analysis of Online Infidelity Forums

Emily Tseng, Cornell University; Rosanna Bellini, Open Lab, Newcastle University; Nora McDonald, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Matan Danos, Weizmann Institute of Science; Rachel Greenstadt and Damon McCoy, New York University; Nicola Dell and Thomas Ristenpart, Cornell Tech

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DatashareNetwork: A Decentralized Privacy-Preserving Search Engine for Investigative Journalists

Kasra Edalatnejad and Wouter Lueks, EPFL; Julien Pierre Martin, unaffiliated; Soline Ledésert, Anne L'Hôte, and Bruno Thomas, ICIJ; Laurent Girod and Carmela Troncoso, EPFL

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I have too much respect for my elders': Understanding South African Mobile Users' Perceptions of Privacy and Current Behaviors on Facebook and WhatsApp

"Jake Reichel, Fleming Peck, Mikako Inaba, Bisrat Moges, and Brahmnoor Singh Chawla, Princeton University; Marshini Chetty, University of Chicago "

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From Needs to Actions to Secure Apps? The Effect of Requirements and Developer Practices on App Security

"Charles Weir, Lancaster University; Ben Hermann, Paderborn University; Sascha Fahl, Leibniz University Hannover "

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EuroS&P 2020 (会議のWebサイト)

Multi-country Study of Third Party Trackers from Real Browser Histories

X. Hu, G. Suarez-Tangil, N. Sastry

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X-Men: A Mutation-Based Approach for the Formal Analysis of Security Ceremonies

D. Sempreboni, L. Vigano

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"Anyone Else Seeing this Error?": Community, System Administrators, and Patch Information

A. Jenkins, P. Kalligeros, M. Wolters, K. Vaniea

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User Attitudes On Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing

D. Saha, A. Chan, B. Stacy, K. Javkar, S. Patkar, M. Mazurek

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EuroUSEC 2020 (会議のWebサイト)

A Cross-Platform Evaluation of User Online Privacy

Maryam Mehrnezhad (Newcastle University)

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Data Sharing in Mobile Apps — User Privacy Expectations in Europe

Nils Quermann (Ruhr-Universitat Bochum), Martin Degeling (Ruhr-Universitat Bochum

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GDPR Reality Check – Claiming and Investigating Personally Identifiable Data from Companies

Fatemeh Alizadeh (University of Siegen); Timo Jakobi (University of Siegen); Alexander Boden (Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology); Gunnar Stevens (University of Siegen); Jens Boldt (University of Siegen)

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Analysis of Publicly Available Anti-Phishing Webpages: Contradicting Information, Lack of Concrete Advice and Very Narrow Attack Vector

Mattia Mossano (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), Kami Vaniea (University of Edinburgh), Lukas Aldag (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), Reyhan Duzgun (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), Peter Mayer (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), Melanie Volkamer (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

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Investigating Teenagers' Ability to Detect Phishing Messages

James Nicholson (Northumbria University), Yousra Javed (National University of Sciences and Technology), Matt Dixon (Northumbria University), Lyne Coventry (Northumbria University), Opeyemi Dele Ajayi (Northumbria University), Philip Anderson (Northumbria University)

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Do Women in Conservative Societies (Not) Follow Smartphone Security Advice? A Case Study of Saudi Arabia and Pakistan

Elham Al Qahtani (UNC Charlotte), Yousra Javed (National University of Sciences & Technology), Heather Lipford (UNC Charlotte), Mohamed Shehab (UNC Charlotte)

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Vision: I Don't Want to Use My Phone! A Cognitive Walkthrough for YubiKeys

Claudia Bischoff (University of Bonn); Eva Gerlitz (FraunhoferKIE); Matthew Smith (University of Bonn /raunhoferKIE)

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Vision: Investigating Web APIeveloper Experience in Relation to Terms of Service andrivacyolicies

Aidah Ichario (Heriot-Watt University), Manuel Maarek (Heriot-Watt University)

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Vision: Shred If Insecure –ersuasive Messageesign as a Lesson and Alternative torevious Approaches to Usable Secure Email Interface

Jan Tolsdorf (TH Köln - University of Applied Sciences); Luigi Lo Iacono (Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg

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Vision: What If They Allie? Crypto Requirementsor Keyeople

Chan Nam Ngo (University of Trento);anieleriolo (Sapienza University of Rome);abio Massacci (University of Trento);aniele Venturi (Sapienza University of Rome); Ettore Battaiola (Cassa Centrale Banca

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Vision: Why Johnny Can't Configure Smart Home? A Behaviouralrameworkor Smart Homerivacy Configuratio

Joseph Shams (King's College London), Nalin A. G. Arachchilage (La Trobe University), Jose M. Such (King's College London)

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Simulating the Effects of Social Presence on Trust, Privacy Concerns & Usage Intentions in Automated Bots for Finance

Magdalene Ng (Newcastle University), Kovila P.L. Coopamootoo (Newcastle University), Ehsan Toreini (Newcastle University), Mhairi Aitken (Newcastle University), Karen Elliot (Newcastle University), Aad van Moorsel (Newcastle University)

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Cash, Cards or Cryptocurrencies? A Study of Payment Culture in Four Countries

Karoline Busse (University of Bonn), Mohammad Tahaei (University of Edinburgh), Katharina Krombholz (CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security), Emanuel von Zezschwitz (University of Bonn), Matthew Smith (University of Bonn/Fraunhofer FKIE), Jing Tian (Zhejiang University), Wenyuan Xu (Zhejiang University)

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Improving Non-Experts' Understanding of End-to-End Encryption: An Exploratory Study

Wei Bai (University of Maryland), Michael Pearson (University of Maryland), Patrick Gage Kelley (Google), Michelle L. Mazurek (University of Maryland)

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Making Encryption Feel Secure: Investigating how Descriptions of Encryption Impact Perceived Security

Verena Distler (University of Luxembourg); Carine Lallemand (University of Luxembourg / Eindhoven University of Technology); Vincent Koenig (University of Luxembourg)

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End User and Expert Perceptions of Threats and Potential Countermeasures

Simon Anell (CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security), Lea Grober (CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security), Katharina Krombholz (CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security)

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Security Should Be There By Default: Investigating How Journalists Perceive and Respond to Risks From the Internet of Things

Anjuli R. K. Shere (University of Oxford); Jason R. C. Nurse (University of Kent); Ivan Flechais (University of Oxford)

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Tech Pains: Characterizations of Lived Cybersecurity Experiences

Huixin Tian (Indiana University Bloomington), Chris Kanich (University of Illinois, Chicago), Jason Polakis (University of Illinois, Chicago), Sameer Patil (Indiana University Bloomington)

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AsiaCCS 2020 (会議のWebサイト)

Measuring the Impact of the GDPR on Data Sharing in Ad Networks

Tobias Urban (Insitute for Internet Security; Westphalian University of Applied Sciences); Dennis Tatang, Martin Degeling, and Thorsten Holz (Ruhr University Bochum; Horst Görtz Institute for IT Security); Norbert Pohlmann (Insitute for Internet Security; Westphalian University of Applied Sciences)

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"Scam Augmentation and Customization: Identifying Vulnerable Users and Arming Defenders "

"Shahryar Baki, Rakesh Verma, and Omprakash Gnawali (University of Houston "

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What risk? I don't understand. An Empirical Study on Users' Understanding of the Terms Used in Security Texts

Tingmin Wu and Rongjunchen Zhang (Swinburne University of Technology; CSIRO's Data61); Wanlun Ma (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China); Sheng Wen (Swinburne University of Technology); Xin Xia (Monash University); Cecile Paris and Surya Nepal (CSIRO's Data61); Yang Xiang (Digital Research & Innovation Capability Platform, Swinburne University of Technology)

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Be the Phisher - Understanding Users' Perception of Malicious Domains

Florian Quinkert (Ruhr University Bochum); Martin Degeling (Ruhr University Bochum; Horst Görtz Institute for IT Security); Jim Blythe (ISI, University of Southern California); Thorsten Holz (Ruhr-University Bochum)

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USP論文読破会3

ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー(USP)論文読破会3

更新日:2019年11月28日

ユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシーの分野は世界的な発展を見せ、当該分野を専門的に扱う国際会議Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS)への投稿数と採録数も上昇が続いています。 加えて、セキュリティの難関国際会議でもこれらの分野の論文が多く発表されるようになり、裾野は確実に広がっています。 本分野の最先端を幅広く把握するために、SOUPS以外の国際会議も広く対象会議とし、SOUPS論文読破会を発展させたイベントとしてユーザブルセキュリティ・プライバシー論文読破会が開始されました。 本読破会では、参加者同士で協力して発表論文を読破し、内容を紹介することで参加者が本分野の最先端論文を網羅的に把握することを目指します。 また最先端研究を知ることを通してSPT研究会が対象とする分野の国内研究の底上げを図ります。

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2019年6月に開催されたEuroUSECで、早稲田大 森啓華さん主著の論文が採録されました。

Comparative Analysis of Three Language Spheres: Are Linguistic and Cultural Differences Reflected in Password Selection Habits?
Keika Mori (Waseda University); Takuya Watanabe (NTT Secure Platform Laboratories); Yunao Zhou (Waseda University); Ayako Akiyama Hasegawa (NTT Secure Platform Laboratories); Mitsuaki Akiyama (NTT Secure Platform Laboratories); Tatsuya Mori (Waseda University / RIKEN AIP / NICT)

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参考:代表的な国際会議で発表されたUSP論文3

USP論文読破会USP読破会2で紹介された論文は除いています

ACM CCS 2018 (会議のWebサイト)

Asking for a Friend: Evaluating Response Biases in Security User Studies

Elissa M. Redmiles (University of Maryland), Ziyun Zhu (University of Maryland), Sean Kross (University of California San Diego), Dhruv Kuchhal (Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology), Tudor Dumitras (University of Maryland), Michelle L. Mazurek (University of Maryland)

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Towards Usable Checksums: Automating the Integrity Verification of Web Downloads for the Masses

Mauro Cherubini (UNIL – HEC Lausanne), Alexandre Meylan (UNIL – HEC Lausanne), Bertil Chapuis (UNIL – HEC Lausanne), Mathias Humbert (Swiss Data Science Center, ETH Zurich and EPFL), Igor Bilogrevic (Google Inc.), Kévin Huguenin (UNIL – HEC Lausanne)

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Investigating System Operators’ Perspective on Security Misconfigurations

Constanze Dietrich (Berliner Hochschule für Technik), Katharina Krombholz (CISPA Helmholtz Center (i.G.)), Kevin Borgolte (Princeton University), Tobias Fiebig (TU Delft)

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Detecting User Experience Issues of the Tor Browser In The Wild

Kevin Gallagher (New York University), Sameer Patil (Indiana University Bloomington), Brendan Dolan-Gavitt (New York University), Damon McCoy (New York University), Nasir Memon (New York University)

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Predicting Impending Exposure to Malicious Content from User Behavior

Mahmood Sharif (Carnegie Mellon University), Jumpei Urakawa (KDDI Research), Nicolas Christin (Carnegie Mellon University), Ayumu Kubota (KDDI Research), Akira Yamada (KDDI Research)

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Reinforcing System-Assigned Passphrases Through Implicit Learning

Zeinab Joudaki (University of Ontario Institute of Technology), Julie Thorpe (University of Ontario Institute of Technology), Miguel Vargas Martin (University of Ontario Institute of Technology)

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“What was that site doing with my Facebook password?”, Designing Password-Reuse Notifications

Maximilian Golla (Ruhr-University Bochum), Miranda Wei (University of Chicago), Juliette Hainline (University of Chicago), Lydia Filipe (University of Chicago), Markus Dürmuth (Ruhr-University Bochum), Elissa M. Redmiles (University of Maryland), Blase Ur (University of Chicago)

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On the Accuracy of Password Strength Meters

Maximilian Golla (Ruhr-University Bochum), Markus Dürmuth (Ruhr-University Bochum)

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TextBugger: Generating Adversarial Text Against Real-world Applications

Jinfeng Li (Zhejiang University), Shouling Ji (Zhejiang University), Tianyu Du (Zhejiang University), Bo Li (University of California, Berkeley), Ting Wang (Lehigh University)

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Quantity vs. Quality: Evaluating User Interest Profiles Using Ad Preference Managers

Muhammad Ahmad Bashir (Northeastern University), Umar Farooq (LUMS Pakistan), Maryam Shahid (LUMS Pakistan), Muhammad Fareed Zaffar (LUMS Pakistan), Christo Wilson (Northeastern University)

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Total Recall: Persistence of Passwords in Android

Jaeho Lee (Rice University), Ang Chen (Rice University), Dan S. Wallach (Rice University)

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How to End Password Reuse on the Web

Ke Coby Wang (UNC Chapel Hill), Michael K. Reiter (UNC Chapel Hill)

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Balancing Image Privacy and Usability with Thumbnail-Preserving Encryption

Kimia Tajik (Oregon State University), Akshith Gunasekaran (Oregon State University), Rhea Dutta (Cornell University), Brandon Ellis (Oregon State University), Rakesh B. Bobba (Oregon State University), Mike Rosulek (Oregon State University), Charles V. Wright (Portland State University), Wu-Chi Feng (Portland State University)

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Security When it is Welcome: Exploring Device Purchase as an Opportune Moment for Security Behavior Change

Simon Parkin (University College London); Elissa M. Redmiles (University of Maryland); Lynne Coventry (Northumbria University); M. Angela Sasse (Ruhr University Bochum and University College London)

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Cybercrime Investigators are Users Too! Understanding the Socio-Technical Challenges Faced by Law Enforcement

Mariam Nouh (University of Oxford); Jason R. C. Nurse (University of Kent); Helena Webb, Michael Goldsmith (University of Oxford)

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A Phish Scale: Rating Human Phishing Message Detection Difficulty

Michelle P. Steves, Kristen K. Greene, Mary F. Theofanos (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

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In Control with no Control: Perceptions and Reality of Windows 10 Home Edition Update Features

Jason Morris, Ingolf Becker, Simon Parkin (University College London)

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Will They Share? Predicting Location Sharing Behaviors of Smartphone Users through Self-Reflection on Past Privacy Behaviors

Muhammad Irtaza Safi, Abhiditya Jha (University of Central Florida); Malak Eihab Aly (New York University); Xinru Page (Bentley University); Sameer Patil (Indiana University); Pamela Wisniewski (University of Central Florida)

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Designing a Mobile App to Support Social Processes for Privacy and Security Decisions

Zaina Aljallad (University of Central Florida); Wentao Guo (Pomona College); Chhaya Chouhan, Christy Laperriere (University of Central Florida); Jess Kropczynski (University of Cincinnati); Pamela Wisnewski (University of Central Florida); Heather Lipford (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)

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A First Look at the Usability of OpenVAS Vulnerability Scanner

M. Uğur Aksu, Enes Altuncu, Kemal Bicakci (TOBB University of Economics and Technology)

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Work in Progress: On the In-Accuracy and Influence of Android Pattern Strength Meters

Maximilian Golla, Jan Rimkus (Ruhr University Bochum); Adam J. Aviv (United States Naval Academy); Markus Dürmuth (Ruhr University Bochum)

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Stop to Unlock - Improving the Security of Android Unlock Patterns

Alexander Suchan (SBA Research); Emanuel von Zezschwitz (Usable Security Methods Group, University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany); Katharina Krombholz (CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security)

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Continuous Smartphone Authentication using Wristbands

Shrirang Mare (University of Washington); Reza Rawassizadeh (University of Rochester); Ronald Peterson, David Kotz (Dartmouth College)

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Work in Progress: A Comparative Long-Term Study of Fallback Authentication

Philipp Markert, Maximilian Golla (Ruhr University Bochum); Elizabeth Stobert (National Research Council of Canada); Markus Dürmuth (Ruhr University Bochum)

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Case Study – Exploring Children’s Password Knowledge and Practices

Yee-Yin Choong, Mary Theofanos (NIST); Karen Renaud, Suzanne Prior (Abertay University)

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ACM CHI 2019 (会議のWebサイト)

What Happens After Disclosing Stigmatized Experiences on Identified Social Media: Individual, Dyadic, and Social/Network Outcomes

Nazanin Andalibi

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Exploring How Privacy and Security Factor into IoT Device Purchase Behavior

Pardis Emami-Naeini, Henry Dixon, Yuvraj Agarwal, and Lorrie Faith Cranor

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Defending My Castle: A Co-Design Study of Privacy Mechanisms for Smart Homes

Yaxing Yao, Justin Reed Basdeo, Smirity Kaushik, and Yang Wang

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I (Don't) See What You Typed There! Shoulder-surfing Resistant Password Entry on Gamepads

Peter Mayer, Nina Gerber, Benjamin Reinheimer, Philipp Rack, Kristoffer Braun, and Melanie Volkamer

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Voice Presentation Attack Detection through Text-Converted Voice Command Analysis

Il-Youp Kwak, Jun Ho Huh, Seung Taek Han, Iljoo Kim, and Jiwon Yoon

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An Exploration of Bitcoin Mining Practices: Miners' Trust Challenges and Motivations

Irni Eliana Khairuddin and Corina Sas

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Signal Appropriation of Explicit HIV Status Disclosure Fields in Sex-Social Apps used by Gay and Bisexual Men

Mark Warner, Juan F. Maestre, Jo Gibbs, Chia-Fang Chung, and Ann Blandford

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Local Standards for Anonymization Practices in Health, Wellness, Accessibility, and Aging Research at CHI

Jacob Abbott, Haley MacLeod, Novia Nurain, Gustave Ekobe, and Sameer Patil

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Emotion and Experience in Negotiating HIV-Related Digital Resources: "It's not just a runny nose!"

Aneesha Singh, Jo Gibbs, and Ann Blandford

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"This Girl is on Fire": Sensemaking in an Online Health Community for Vulvodynia

Alyson L. Young and Andrew D. Miller

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Upside and Downside Risk in Online Security for Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment

Helena M. Mentis, Galina Madjaroff, and Aaron K. Massey

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Automation Accuracy Is Good, but High Controllability May Be Better

Quentin Roy, Futian Zhang, and Daniel Vogel

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AI-Mediated Communication: How the Perception that Profile Text was Written by AI Affects Trustworthiness

Maurice Jakesch, Megan French, Xiao Ma, Jeffrey T. Hancock, and Mor Naaman

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Machine Heuristic: When We Trust Computers More than Humans with Our Personal Information

S. Shyam Sundar and Jinyoung Kim

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Understanding Trust, Transportation, and Accessibility through Ridesharing

Robin N. Brewer and Vaishnav Kameswaran

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23 Ways to Nudge: A Review of Technology-Mediated Nudging in Human-Computer Interaction

Ana Caraban, Evangelos Karapanos, Daniel Gonçalves, and Pedro Campos

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REsCUE: A framework for REal-time feedback on behavioral CUEs using multimodal anomaly detection

Riku Arakawa and Hiromu Yakura

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Towards an Effective Digital Literacy Intervention to Assist Returning Citizens with Job Search

Ihudiya Finda Ogbonnaya-Ogburu, Kentaro Toyama, and Tawanna R. Dillahunt

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Tough Times at Transitional Homeless Shelters: Considering the Impact of Financial Insecurity on Digital Security and Privacy

Manya Sleeper, Tara Matthews, Kathleen O'Leary, Anna Turner, Jill Palzkill Woelfer, Martin Shelton, Andrew Oplinger, Andreas Schou, and Sunny Consolvo

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What.Hack: Engaging Anti-Phishing Training Through a Role-playing Phishing Simulation Game

Zikai Alex Wen, Zhiqiu Lin, Rowena Chen, and Erik Andersen

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How Do Humans Assess the Credibility on Web Blogs: Qualifying and Verifying Human Factors with Machine Learning

Yonggeol Jo, Minwoo Kim, and Kyungsik Han

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"Everyone Has Some Personal Stuff": Designing to Support Digital Privacy with Shared Mobile Phone Use in Bangladesh

Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed, Md. Romael Haque, Irtaza Haider, Jay Chen, and Nicola Dell

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A Field Study of Computer-Security Perceptions Using Anti-Virus Customer-Support Chats

Mahmood Sharif, Kevin A. Roundy, Matteo Dell'Amico, Christopher Gates, Daniel Kats, Lujo Bauer, and Nicolas Christin

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"If It's Important It Will Be A Headline": Cybersecurity Information Seeking in Older Adults

James Nicholson, Lynne Coventry, and Pamela Briggs

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Security - Visible, Yet Unseen?

Verena Distler, Marie-Laure Zollinger, Carine Lallemand, Peter B. Roenne, Peter Y. A. Ryan, and Vincent Koenig

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You `Might' Be Affected: An Empirical Analysis of Readability and Usability Issues in Data Breach Notifications

Yixin Zou, Shawn Danino, Kaiwen Sun, and Florian Schaub

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`I make up a silly name': Understanding Children's Perception of Privacy Risks Online

Jun Zhao, Ge Wang, Carys Dally, Petr Slovak, Julian Edbrooke-Childs, Max Van Kleek, and Nigel Shadbolt

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Risk vs. Restriction: The Tension between Providing a Sense of Normalcy and Keeping Foster Teens Safe Online

Karla Badillo-Urquiola, Xinru Page, and Pamela J. Wisniewski

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Laughing is Scary, but Farting is Cute: A Conceptual Model of Children's Perspectives of Creepy Technologies

Jason C. Yip, Kiley Sobel, Xin Gao, Allison Marie Hishikawa, Alexis Lim, Laura Meng, Romaine Flor Ofiana, Justin Park, and Alexis Hiniker

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Think secure from the beginning': A Survey with Software Developers

Hala Assal and Sonia Chiasson

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"If you want, I can store the encrypted password": A Password-Storage Field Study with Freelance Developers

Alena Naiakshina, Anastasia Danilova, Eva Gerlitz, Emanuel von Zezschwitz, and Matthew Smith

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Security Managers Are Not The Enemy Either

Lena Reinfelder, Robert Landwirth, and Zinaida Benenson

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Privacy, Anonymity, and Perceived Risk in Open Collaboration: A Study of Service Providers

Nora McDonald, Benjamin Mako Hill, Rachel Greenstadt, and Andrea Forte

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Put Your Warning Where Your Link Is: Improving and Evaluating Email Phishing Warnings

Justin Petelka, Yixin Zou, and Florian Schaub

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Let Me Explain: Impact of Personal and Impersonal Explanations on Trust in Recommender Systems

Johannes Kunkel, Tim Donkers, Lisa Michael, Catalin-Mihai Barbu, and Jürgen Ziegler

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Towards Understanding the Link Between Age and Smartphone Authentication

Lina Qiu, Alexander De Luca, Ildar Muslukhov, and Konstantin Beznosov

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Vulnerability & Blame: Making Sense of Unauthorized Access to Smartphones

Diogo Marques, Tiago Guerreiro, Luis Carriço, Ivan Beschastnikh, and Konstantin Beznosov

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Passquerade: Improving Error Correction of Text Passwords on Mobile Devices by using Graphic Filters for Password Masking

Mohamed Khamis, Tobias Seitz, Leonhard Mertl, Alice Nguyen, Mario Schneller, and Zhe Li

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"Pretty Close to a Must-Have": Balancing Usability Desire and Security Concern in Biometric Adoption

Flynn Wolf, Ravi Kuber, and Adam J. Aviv

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Does Being Verified Make You More Credible?: Account Verification's Effect on Tweet Credibility

Tavish Vaidya, Daniel Votipka, Michelle L. Mazurek, and Micah Sherr

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Can Privacy Be Satisfying?: On Improving Viewer Satisfaction for Privacy-Enhanced Photos Using Aesthetic Transforms

Rakibul Hasan, Yifang Li, Eman Hassan, Kelly Caine, David J. Crandall, Roberto Hoyle, and Apu Kapadia

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I Don't Even Have to Bother Them!: Using Social Media to Automate the Authentication Ceremony in Secure Messaging

Elham Vaziripour, Devon Howard, Jake Tyler, Mark O'Neill, Justin Wu, Kent Seamons, and Daniel Zappala

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Techies Against Facebook: Understanding Negative Sentiment Toward Facebook via User Generated Content

Abu Saleh Md Noman, Sanchari Das, and Sameer Patil

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A Promise Is A Promise: The Effect of Commitment Devices on Computer Security Intentions

Alisa Frik, Nathan Malkin, Marian Harbach, Eyal Peer, and Serge Egelman

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Bringing Design to the Privacy Table: Broadening “Design” in “Privacy by Design” Through the Lens of HCI

Richmond Y. Wong and Deirdre K. Mulligan

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Privacy, Power, and Invisible Labor on Amazon Mechanical Turk

Shruti Sannon and Dan Cosley

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On the Usability of HTTPS Deployment

Matthew Bernhard, Jonathan Sharman, Claudia Ziegler Acemyan, Philip Kortum, Dan S. Wallach, and J. Alex Halderman

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Hey Google, Can I Ask You Something in Private?

Eugene Cho

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Privacy and Security Considerations For Digital Technology Use in Elementary Schools

Priya C. Kumar, Marshini Chetty, Tamara L. Clegg, and Jessica Vitak

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EuroUSEC 2019 (会議のWebサイト)

Why Johnny Fails to Protect his Privacy

Nina Gerber (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology); Verena Zimmermann (Technische Universität Darmstadt); Melanie Volkamer (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

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"Don't punish all of us": Measuring User Attitudes about Two-Factor Authentication

Jonathan Dutson, Danny Allen, Dennis Eggett, and Kent Seamons (Brigham Young University)

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A Survey on Developer-Centred Security

Mohammad Tahaei and Kami Vaniea (University of Edinburgh)

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How Could Serious Games Support Secure Programming? Designing a Study Replication and Intervention

Manuel Maarek and Léon McGregor (Heriot-Watt University); Sandy Louchart and Ross McMenemy (Glasgow School of Art)

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Vision: Shining Light on Smart Homes – Supporting Informed Decision-Making of End Users

Verena Zimmermann, Ernestine Dickhaut, Paul Gerber, and Joachim Vogt (Technische Universität Darmstadt)

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Vision: Exploring Challenges and Opportunities for Usable Authentication in the Smart Home

Sarah Prange (Bundeswehr University); Emanuel von Zezschwitz (University of Bonn); Florian Alt (Bundeswehr University)

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Comparative Analysis of Three Language Spheres: Are Linguistic and Cultural Differences Reflected in Password Selection Habits?

Keika Mori (Waseda University); Takuya Watanabe (NTT Secure Platform Laboratories); Yunao Zhou (Waseda University); Ayako Akiyama Hasegawa (NTT Secure Platform Laboratories); Mitsuaki Akiyama (NTT Secure Platform Laboratories); Tatsuya Mori (Waseda University / RIKEN AIP / NICT)

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Detecting Misalignments Between System Security and User Perceptions: A Preliminary Socio-Technical Analysis of an E2E Email Encryption System

Borce Stojkovski, Itzel Vazquez Sandoval, and Gabriele Lenzini (University of Luxembourg)

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A Review of Human- and Computer-Facing URL Phishing Features

Kholoud Althobaiti (University of Edinburgh / Taif University); Ghaidaa Rummani (Hood College); Kami Vaniea (University of Edinburgh)

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2 Fast 2 Secure: A Case Study of Post-Breach Security Changes

Albesë Demjaha, Tristan Caulfield, M. Angela Sasse, and David Pym (University College London)

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IEEE S&P 2019 (会議のWebサイト)

Reasoning Analytically About Password-Cracking Software

Alex Liu (University of Chicago), Amanda Nakanishi (University of Chicago), Maximilian Golla (Ruhr-University Bochum), David Cash (University of Chicago), Blase Ur (University of Chicago)

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Beyond Credential Stuffing: Password Similarity Models using Neural Networks

Bijeeta Pal (Cornell University), Tal Daniel (Technion), Rahul Chatterjee (Cornell University), Thomas Ristenpart (Cornell Tech)

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"Should I Worry?" A Cross-Cultural Examination of Account Security Incident Response

Elissa M. Redmiles (University of Maryland)

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How Well Do My Results Generalize? Comparing Security and Privacy Survey Results from MTurk, Web, and Telephone Samples

Elissa M. Redmiles (University of Maryland), Sean Kross (University of California San Diego), Michelle L. Mazurek (University of Maryland)

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Dangerous Skills: Understanding and Mitigating Security Risks of Voice-Controlled Third-Party Functions on Virtual Personal Assistant Systems

Nan Zhang (Indiana University, Bloomington), Xianghang Mi (Indiana University, Bloomington), Xuan Feng (Indiana University, Bloomington; Beijing Key Laboratory of IOT Information Security Technology, Institute of Information Engineering, CAS, China), XiaoFeng Wang (Indiana University, Bloomington), Yuan Tian (University of Virginia), Feng Qian (Indiana University, Bloomington)

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Cooperative Privacy and Security: Learning from People with Visual Impairments and Their Allies

Jordan Hayes, Smirity Kaushik, Charlotte Emily Price, and Yang Wang, Syracuse University

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Privacy and Security Threat Models and Mitigation Strategies of Older Adults

Alisa Frik, International Computer Science Institute (ICSI) and University of California, Berkeley; Leysan Nurgalieva, University of Trento; Julia Bernd, International Computer Science Institute (ICSI); Joyce Lee, University of California, Berkeley; Florian Schaub, University of Michigan; Serge Egelman, International Computer Science Institute (ICSI) and University of California, Berkeley

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Evaluating Users’ Perceptions about a System’s Privacy: Differentiating Social and Institutional Aspects

Oshrat Ayalon and Eran Toch, Tel Aviv University

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A Self-Report Measure of End-User Security Attitudes (SA-6)

Cori Faklaris, Laura Dabbish, and Jason I. Hong, Carnegie Mellon University

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The Effect of Entertainment Media on Mental Models of Computer Security

Kelsey R. Fulton, Rebecca Gelles, Alexandra McKay, Richard Roberts, Yasmin Abdi, and Michelle L. Mazurek, University of Maryland

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A Typology of Perceived Triggers for End-User Security and Privacy Behaviors

Sauvik Das, Georgia Institute of Technology; Laura A. Dabbish and Jason I. Hong, Carnegie Mellon University

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Replication: No One Can Hack My Mind Revisiting a Study on Expert and Non-Expert Security Practices and Advice

Karoline Busse and Julia Schäfer, University of Bonn; Matthew Smith, University of Bonn/Fraunhofer FKIE

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"Something isn't secure, but I'm not sure how that translates into a problem": Promoting autonomy by designing for understanding in Signal

Justin Wu, Cyrus Gattrell, Devon Howard, and Jake Tyler, Brigham Young University; Elham Vaziripour, Utah Valley University; Kent Seamons and Daniel Zappala, Brigham Young University

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"I was told to buy a software or lose my computer. I ignored it": A study of ransomware

Camelia Simoiu, Stanford University; Christopher Gates, Symantec; Joseph Bonneau, New York University; Sharad Goel, Stanford University

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Enhancing Privacy through an Interactive On-demand Incremental Information Disclosure Interface: Applying Privacy-by-Design to Record Linkage

Hye-Chung Kum, Population Informatics Lab, Texas A&M University; Eric D. Ragan, INDIE Lab, University of Florida; Gurudev Ilangovan, Mahin Ramezani, Qinbo Li, and Cason Schmit, Population Informatics Lab, Texas A&M University

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From Usability to Secure Computing and Back Again

Lucy Qin, Andrei Lapets, Frederick Jansen, Peter Flockhart, Kinan Dak Albab, and Ira Globus-Harris, Boston University; Shannon Roberts, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Mayank Varia, Boston University

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Certified Phishing: Taking a Look at Public Key Certificates of Phishing Websites

Vincent Drury and Ulrike Meyer, Department of Computer Science, RWTH Aachen University

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"We Can't Live Without Them!" App Developers' Adoption of Ad Networks and Their Considerations of Consumer Risks

Abraham H. Mhaidli, Yixin Zou, and Florian Schaub, University of Michigan School of Information

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Usability Smells: An Analysis of Developers’ Struggle With Crypto Libraries

Nikhil Patnaik, Joseph Hallett, and Awais Rashid, University of Bristol

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System Administrators Prefer Command Line Interfaces, Don't They? An Exploratory Study of Firewall Interfaces

Artem Voronkov, Leonardo A. Martucci, and Stefan Lindskog, Karlstad University

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Keepers of the Machines: Examining How System Administrators Manage Software Updates For Multiple Machines

Frank Li, University of California, Berkeley; Lisa Rogers, University of Maryland; Arunesh Mathur, Princeton University; Nathan Malkin, University of California, Berkeley; Marshini Chetty, Princeton University

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Communicating Device Confidence Level and Upcoming Re-Authentications in Continuous Authentication Systems on Mobile Devices

Lukas Mecke, University of Applied Sciences Munich, Munich, Germany and LMU Munich, Munich, Germany; Sarah Delgado Rodriguez and Daniel Buschek, LMU Munich, Munich, Germany; Sarah Prange, University of Applied Sciences Munich, Munich, Germany and Bundeswehr University Munich, Munich, Germany and LMU Munich, Munich, Germany; Florian Alt, Bundeswehr University Munich, Munich, Germany

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Exploring Intentional Behaviour Modifications for Password Typing on Mobile Touchscreen Devices

Lukas Mecke, University of Applied Sciences Munich, Munich, Germany and LMU Munich, Munich, Germany; Daniel Buschek and Mathias Kiermeier, LMU Munich, Munich, Germany; Sarah Prange, University of Applied Sciences Munich, Munich, Germany and Bundeswehr University Munich, Munich, Germany and LMU Munich, Munich, Germany; Florian Alt, Bundeswehr University Munich, Munich, Germany

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Why people (don’t) use password managers effectively

Sarah Pearman, Shikun Aerin Zhang, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin, and Lorrie Faith Cranor, Carnegie Mellon University

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Of Two Minds about Two-Factor: Understanding Everyday FIDO U2F Usability through Device Comparison and Experience Sampling

Stéphane Ciolino, OneSpan Innovation Centre & University College London; Simon Parkin, University College London; Paul Dunphy, OneSpan Innovation Centre

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A Usability Study of Five Two-Factor Authentication Methods

Ken Reese, Trevor Smith, Jonathan Dutson, Jonathan Armknecht, Jacob Cameron, and Kent Seamons, Brigham Young University

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Personal Information Leakage by Abusing the GDPR 'Right of Access'

Mariano Di Martino and Pieter Robyns, Hasselt University/tUL, Expertise Centre For Digital Media; Winnie Weyts, Hasselt University - Law Faculty; Peter Quax, Hasselt University/tUL, Expertise Centre For Digital Media, Flanders Make; Wim Lamotte, Hasselt University/tUL, Expertise Centre For Digital Media; Ken Andries, Hasselt University - Law Faculty, Attorney at the Brussels Bar

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An Empirical Analysis of Data Deletion and Opt-Out Choices on 150 Websites

Hana Habib, Carnegie Mellon University; Yixin Zou, University of Michigan; Aditi Jannu, Neha Sridhar, Chelse Swoopes, Alessandro Acquisti, Lorrie Faith Cranor, and Norman Sadeh, Carnegie Mellon University; Florian Schaub, University of Michigan

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The Fog of Warnings: How Non-essential Notifications Blur with Security Warnings

Anthony Vance, Temple University; David Eargle, University of Colorado Boulder; Jeffrey L. Jenkins, C. Brock Kirwan, and Bonnie Brinton Anderson, Brigham Young University

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“There is nothing that I need to keep secret”: Sharing Practices and Concerns of Wearable Fitness Data

Abdulmajeed Alqhatani and Heather Richter Lipford, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

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"I don't own the data": End User Perceptions of Smart Home Device Data Practices and Risks

Madiha Tabassum, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Tomasz Kosinski, Chalmers University of Technology; Heather Lipford, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

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More than Smart Speakers: Security and Privacy Perceptions of Smart Home Personal Assistants

Noura Abdi, King's College London; Kopo M. Ramokapane, University of Bristol; Jose M. Such, King's College London

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USENIX Security 2019 (会議のWebサイト)

Computer Security and Privacy in the Interactions Between Victim Service Providers and Human Trafficking Survivors

Christine Chen, University of Washington; Nicola Dell, Cornell Tech; Franziska Roesner, University of Washington

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Clinical Computer Security for Victims of Intimate Partner Violence

Sam Havron, Diana Freed, and Rahul Chatterjee, Cornell Tech; Damon McCoy, New York University; Nicola Dell and Thomas Ristenpart, Cornell Tech

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Evaluating the Contextual Integrity of Privacy Regulation: Parents' IoT Toy Privacy Norms Versus COPPA

Noah Apthorpe, Sarah Varghese, and Nick Feamster, Princeton University

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Understanding and Improving Security and Privacy in Multi-User Smart Homes: A