NSPW Rabbit

New Security Paradigms Workshop 2008

September 22-25, 2008

Plumpjack Squaw Valley Inn
Lake Tahoe, California, USA

Accepted Papers

  • Title: Trading in Risk: Using Markets to Improve Access Control
    Authors: Ian Molloy, Pau-Chen Cheng, Pankaj Rohatgi
  • Title: Security Compliance: The Next Frontier in Security Research
    Authors: Klaus Julisch
  • Title: The Ecology of Malware
    Authors: Jedidiah R. Crandall, Roya Ensafi, Stephanie Forrest, Joshua Ladua, Bilal Shebaro
  • Title: The User is Not the Enemy: Fighting Malware by Tracking User Intentions
    Authors: Jeffrey Shirley, David Evans
  • Title: Panel: Towards Information Security Ethics
    Authors: Steven Greenwald, Brian Snow, Richard Ford, Richard Thieme
  • Title: Large-Scale Data Breaches: A Consequence of Occupation
    Authors: Mohammad Mannan, Paul Van Oorschot
  • Title: Phishing as a Tragedy of the Commons
    Authors: Cormac Herley, Dinei Florencio
  • Title: We Have Met the Enemy and He Is Us
    Authors: Matt Bishop, Sophie Engle, Carrie Gates, Sean Peisert, Sean Whalen
  • Title: The Compliance Budget: Managing Security Behaviour in Organisations
    Authors: Angela Sasse, Mike Wonham
  • Title: ROFL: Routing as the Firewall Layer
    Authors: Hang Zhao, Chi-Kin Chau, Steven M. Bellovin
  • Title: Choose the Red Pill and the Blue Pill
    Authors: Ben Laurie, Abe Singer
  • Title: Position: The Developer is the Enemy
    Authors: Glenn Wurster, Paul Van Oorschot

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Online Information Security Masters Program, James Madison University

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CA Labs


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