NSPW 2016: Program


Monday, Sept 26

3:00p Check-in

6:00p Reception

7:00p Dinner

Tuesday, Sept 27
Title Speaker Chair
7:30a Breakfast

9:00a Opening

Carrie Gates, Rainer Böhme
9:30a Paper 1 I'm Not Sure If We're Okay: Uncertainty for Attackers and Defenders Matt Bishop Jeremy Epstein
10:30a Break

10:45a Paper 2 Harvesting the Low-hanging Fruits: Defending Against Automated Large-Scale Cyber Intrusions by Focusing on the Vulnerable Population Hassan Halawa Mary Ellen Zurko
11:45a Break

12:00p Paper 3 Cross-Layer Personalization as a First Class Citizen for Situation Awareness and Computer Infrastructure Security Aokun Chen Abe Singer
1:00p Lunch

2:30p Paper 4 Cybersecurity as a Politikum: Implications of Security Discourses for Infrastructures Laura Fichtner Carrie Gates
3:30p Break

3:45p Paper 5 Content-Based Security for the Web Daniel Zappala Tom Longstaff
4:45p Break

6:00p Reception

6:30p Dinner

8:00p Socializing

8:00p Steering Meeting

Wednesday, Sept 28
Title Speaker Chair
7:30a Breakfast

9:00a Invited Talk
Joe Hall Serge Egelman
10:00a Break

10:15a Paper 6 Trusted Execution Environment-Based Authentication Gauge (TEEBAG) Ranjbar A. Balisane William Cheswick
11:15a Break

11:30a Paper 7: NSPhD Security Evolution: With a Focus on Vehicular Systems Dominik Lang Paul Van Oorschot
12:30p Lunch

1:30p Excursion: Trail Ride

6:00p Reception

6:30p Dinner

8:00p Socializing

Thursday, Sept 29

7:30a Breakfast

8:30a Paper 8 Rethinking Operating System Design: Asymmetric Multiprocessing for Security and Performance Scott Brookes Matt Bishop
9:30a Break

9:45a Paper 9 Searching for Software Diversity: Attaining Artificial Diversity through Program Synthesis Gilmore Lundquist Anil Somayaji
10:45a Break

11:00a Paper 10 A Case for the Economics of Secure Software Development Chad Heitzenrater Christian W. Probst
12:00p Wrap-up and Conclude

Tom Longstaff, Serge Egelman
12:30p Lunch