NSPW 2016: Accepted Papers

Alexander Afanasyev, J. Alex J. Halderman, Kent Seamons, Daniel Zappala, Lixia Zhang, Yingdi Yu and Scott Ruoti. Content-Based Security for the Web

Ranjbar A. Balisane and Andrew Martin. Trusted Execution Environment-Based Authentication Gauge (TEEBAG)

Scott Brookes and Stephen Taylor. Rethinking Operating System Design: Asymmetric Multiprocessing for Security and Performance

Aokun Chen, Pratik Brahma, Dapeng Oliver Wu, Natalie Ebner, Brandon Matthews, Jedidiah Crandall, Xuetao Wei, Michalis Faloutsos and Daniela Oliveira. Cross-Layer Personalization as a First Class Citizen for Situation Awareness and Computer Infrastructure Security

Laura Fichtner, Wolter Pieters and André Teixeira. Cybersecurity as a Politikum: Implications of Security Discourses for Infrastructures

Mark Fioravanti, Matt Bishop and Richard Ford. I'm Not Sure If We're Okay: Uncertainty for Attackers and Defenders

Hassan Halawa, Konstantin Beznosov, Yazan Boshmaf, Baris Coskun, Matei Ripeanu and Elizeu Santos-Neto. Harvesting the Low-hanging Fruits: Defending Against Automated Large-Scale Cyber Intrusions by Focusing on the Vulnerable Population

Chad Heitzenrater and Andrew Simpson. A Case for the Economics of Secure Software Development

Dominik Lang, Christopher Corbett and Frank Kargl. Security Evolution: With a Focus on Vehicular Systems (NSPHD)

Gilmore Lundquist, Vishwath Mohan and Kevin Hamlen. Searching for Software Diversity: Attaining Artificial Diversity through Program Synthesis