NSPW 2017: Accepted Papers

George Bissias, Brian Levine and Nikunj Kapadia. Market-based Security for Distributed Applications
Carlos Gañán, Michel van Eeten, and Michael Ciere. Beyond the pretty penny: the Economic Impact of Cybercrime
Nick Merrill, Max T. Curran, and John Chuang. Is the Future of Authenticity In Our Heads?: Moving Passthoughts From the Lab to the World
Borke Obada-Obieh and Anil Somayaji. Can I believe you? Establishing Trust in Computer Mediated Introductions
Sean Peisert, Matt Bishop, and Edward Talbot. A Model of Owner Controlled, Full-Provenance, Non-Persistent, High-Availability Information Sharing
Olgierd Pieczul, Simon Foley, and Mary Ellen Zurko. Developer-centered security and the symmetry of ignorance
Karen Renaud and Merrill Warkentin. Risk Homeostasis in Information Security: Challenges in Confirming Existence and Verifying Impact
Scott Ruoti and Kent Seamons. End-to-End Passwords
Jonathan M. Spring, Tyler Moore, and David Pym. Why a Science of Security is Hard: A Philosophy of Science Perspective
Yang Wang. The Third Wave? Inclusive Privacy and Security
Sam Weber (Panelists: Adam Shostack, Mary Ellen Zurko, Jon Solworth). Panel: Empirically-based Secure OS Design