NSPW Rabbit

New Security Paradigms Workshop 2007

September 18-21, 2007

White Mountain Hotel and Resort
New Hampshire, USA

Accepted Papers

  • Title: Panel on the future of Biologically-inspired Security: Is there anything left to learn?
    Authors: Jan Feyereisl, Anil Somayaji and Michael Locasto
  • Title: Authenticated Names
    Authors: Stanley Chow, Christophe Gustav and Dmitri Vinokurov
  • Title: Computing Under Occupation
    Authors: Klaus Kursawe and Stefan Katzenbeisser
  • Title: Information Protection via Environmental Data Tethers
    Authors: Matt Beaumont-Gay, Kevin Eustice and Peter Reiher
  • Title: Position: The User is the Enemy
    Authors: Vidyaraman Sankaranarayanan, Madhusudhanan Chandrasekaran and Shambhu Upadhyaya
  • Title: Privacy Expectations/Security Assurance Offer System
    Authors: Jeffrey Hunker
  • Title: Robustly Secure Computer Systems: A new security paradigm of system discontinuity
    Authors: Jon Solworth
  • Title: Security and Usability: The Gap in Real-World Online Banking
    Authors: Mohammad Mannan and Paul C. van Oorschot
  • Title: Security Automation Considered Harmful?
    Authors: W. Keith Edwards, Erika Shehan and Jennifer Stoll
  • Title: Self-Healing: Science, Engineering, and Fiction
    Authors: Michael Locasto
  • Title: VideoTicket: Detecting Identity Fraud Attempts via Audiovisual Certificates and Signatures
    Authors: Deholo Nali, Paul van Oorschot and Andy Adler

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