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SOUPS 2009: Mountain View, California, USA
- Lorrie Faith Cranor:
Proceedings of the 5th Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security, SOUPS 2009, Mountain View, California, USA, July 15-17, 2009. ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, ACM 2009, ISBN 978-1-60558-736-3
- Fahimeh Raja, Kirstie Hawkey, Konstantin Beznosov:
Revealing hidden context: improving mental models of personal firewall users.
- Andrew Besmer, Heather Richter Lipford, Mohamed Shehab, Gorrell P. Cheek:
Social applications: exploring a more secure framework.
- Ponnurangam Kumaraguru, Justin Cranshaw, Alessandro Acquisti, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Jason I. Hong, Mary Ann Blair, Theodore Pham:
School of phish: a real-word evaluation of anti-phishing training.
- Patrick Gage Kelley, Joanna Bresee, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Robert W. Reeder:
A "nutrition label" for privacy.
- Jeremy Goecks, W. Keith Edwards, Elizabeth D. Mynatt:
Challenges in supporting end-user privacy and security management with social navigation.
- Linda Little, Elizabeth Sillence, Pamela Briggs:
Ubiquitous systems and the family: thoughts about the networked home.
Passwords and authentication
- Alexander De Luca, Martin Denzel, Heinrich Hussmann:
Look into my eyes!: can you guess my password?
- Mike Just, David Aspinall:
Personal choice and challenge questions: a security and usability assessment.
- Stuart E. Schechter, Robert W. Reeder:
1 + 1 = you: measuring the comprehensibility of metaphors for configuring backup authentication.
- Alfred Kobsa, Rahim Sonawalla, Gene Tsudik, Ersin Uzun, Yang Wang:
Serial hook-ups: a comparative usability study of secure device pairing methods.
- Ronald Kainda, Ivan Flechais, A. W. Roscoe:
Usability and security of out-of-band channels in secure device pairing protocols.
- Ran Halprin, Moni Naor:
Games for extracting randomness.
- Richard Chow, Ian Oberst, Jessica Staddon:
Sanitization's slippery slope: the design and study of a text revision assistant.
- Kurt Alfred Kluever, Richard Zanibbi:
Balancing usability and security in a video CAPTCHA.
- Diana K. Smetters, Nathan Good:
How users use access control.
- Martina Angela Sasse, Clare-Marie Karat, Roy A. Maxion:
Designing and evaluating usable security and privacy technology.
- Nicholas Weaver:
Think Evil (tm).
- Roel Peeters, Markulf Kohlweiss, Bart Preneel, Nicky Sulmon:
Threshold things that think: usable authorization for resharing.
- Alan H. Karp, Marc Stiegler, Tyler Close:
Not one click for security?
- Luke Church, Jonathan Anderson, Joseph Bonneau, Frank Stajano:
Privacy stories: confidence in privacy behaviors through end user programming.
- Haichang Gao, Xiyang Liu:
A new graphical password scheme against spyware by using CAPTCHA.
- Michael Benisch, Patrick Gage Kelley, Norman M. Sadeh, Tuomas Sandholm, Janice Y. Tsai, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Paul Hankes Drielsma:
The impact of expressiveness on the effectiveness of privacy mechanisms for location-sharing.
- Sara Motahari, Sotirios G. Ziavras, Quentin Jones:
Designing for different levels of social inference risk.
- Azene Zenebe, Claude Tuner, Jinjuan Feng, Jonathan Lazar, Mike O'Leary:
Integrating usability and accessibility in information assurance education.
- Eiji Hayashi, Jason I. Hong, Nicolas Christin:
Educated guess on graphical authentication schemes: vulnerabilities and countermeasures.
- Peter Likarish, Donald E. Dunbar, Juan Pablo Hourcade, Eunjin Jung:
BayeShield: conversational anti-phishing user interface.
- Yves Maetz, Stéphane Onno, Olivier Heen:
Recall-a-story, a story-telling graphical password system.
- Kathi Fisler, Shriram Krishnamurthi:
Escape from the matrix: lessons from a case-study in access-control requirements.
- Janice Y. Tsai, Serge Egelman, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Alessandro Acquisti:
The impact of privacy indicators on search engine browsing patterns.
- Joseph Bonneau, Jonathan Anderson, Luke Church:
Privacy suites: shared privacy for social networks.
- Michael McQuaid, Kai Zheng, Nigel Melville, Lee Green:
Usable deidentification of sensitive patient care data.
- Eran Toch, Ramprasad Ravichandran, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Paul Hankes Drielsma, Jason I. Hong, Patrick Gage Kelley, Norman M. Sadeh, Janice Y. Tsai:
- Keerthi Thomas, Clara Mancini, Lukasz Jedrzejczyk, Arosha K. Bandara, Adam N. Joinson, Blaine A. Price, Yvonne Rogers, Bashar Nuseibeh:
Studying location privacy in mobile applications: 'predator vs. prey' probes.
- Nitesh Saxena, Md. Borhan Uddin, Jonathan Voris:
Treat 'em like other devices: user authentication of multiple personal RFID tags.
- Matthew Kay, Michael A. Terry:
Textured agreements: re-envisioning electronic consent.
- Pooya Jaferian, David Botta, Kirstie Hawkey, Konstantin Beznosov:
A multi-method approach for user-centered design of identity management systems.
Posters showcasing usable privacy and security papers published in the past year at other conferences
- Matthew M. Lucas, Nikita Borisov:
flyByNight: mitigating the privacy risks of social networking.
- Chris Karlof, J. D. Tygar, David A. Wagner:
Conditioned-safe ceremonies and a user study of an application to web authentication.
- Kemal Bicakci, Mustafa Yuceel, Burak Erdeniz, Hakan Gurbaslar, Nart Bedin Atalay:
Graphical passwords as browser extension: implementation and usability study.
- Stuart E. Schechter, A. J. Bernheim Brush, Serge Egelman:
It's no secret: measuring the security and reliability of authentication via 'secret' questions.
- Stuart E. Schechter, Serge Egelman, Robert W. Reeder:
It's not what you know, but who you know: a social approach to last-resort authentication.
- Robert W. Reeder, Patrick Gage Kelley, Aleecia M. McDonald, Lorrie Faith Cranor:
- Janice Y. Tsai, Patrick Gage Kelley, Paul Hankes Drielsma, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Jason I. Hong, Norman M. Sadeh:
Who's viewed you?: the impact of feedback in a mobile location-sharing application.
- Madoka Hasegawa, Nicolas Christin, Eiji Hayashi:
New directions in multisensory authentication.
- Philippe Golle:
Machine learning attacks against the Asirra CAPTCHA.
- Aleecia M. McDonald, Robert W. Reeder, Patrick Gage Kelley, Lorrie Faith Cranor:
A comparative study of online privacy policies and formats.
- Ramprasad Ravichandran, Michael Benisch, Patrick Gage Kelley, Norman M. Sadeh:
Capturing social networking privacy preferences: can default policies help alleviate tradeoffs between expressiveness and user burden?
- Eric Sachs:
Redirects to login pages are bad, or are they?
- Nancy Gillis:
Short and long term research suggestions for NSF and NIST.
- Andrew Patrick:
Ecological validity in studies of security and human behaviour.
- Simson L. Garfinkel:
Invisible HCI-SEC: ways of re-architecting the operating system to increase usability and security.
- Mary Ellen Zurko:
Technology transfer of successful usable security research into product.
- Linda Little:
The family and communication technologies.
- Kristiina Karvonen:
How does the emergence of reputation mechanisms affect the overall trust formation mechanisms, implicit and explicit, in the online environment?
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