Program

Program

Monday, October 26


Time (Day 1) Session Presenter(s) Title
945-1000 EDT gather all
1000-1100 EDT Introduction/Orientation Chairs
1100-1200 EDT Paper 1 Susan Landau Categorizing Uses of Communications Metadata: Systemizing Knowledge and Presenting a Path for Privacy
1200-1230 EDT Break - -
1230-1330 EDT Paper 2 Nour Dabbour and Anil Somayaji Towards In-Band Non-Cryptographic Authentication
1330-1400 EDT Break - -
1400-1500 EDT Paper 3 Debi Ashenden and Gail Ollis Putting the Sec in DevSecOps: Using Social Practice Theory to Improve Secure Software Development
Tuesday, October 27


Time (Day 2) Session Presenter(s) Title
945-1000 EDT gather all
1000-1100 EDT Paper 4 Verena Distler The Framework of Security-Enhancing Friction: How UX Can Help Users Behave More Securely
1100-1130 EDT Break - -
1130-1230 EDT Paper 5 Peter Jachim, Filipo Sharevski TrollHunter [Evader]: Automated Detection [Evasion] of Twitter Trolls During the Covid-19 Pandemic
1230-1300 EDT Break - -
1300-1400 EDT Breakout Groups
Wednesday, October 28


Time (Day 3) Session Presenter(s) Title
945-1000 EDT gather all
1000-1100 EDT Paper 6 Abe Singer Trust-Based Security; Or, Trust Considered Harmful
1100-1130 EDT Break - -
1130-1230 EDT Paper 7 Scott Brookes Transcending the Teetering Tower of Trust: Demonstrated with Virtual Memory Fuses for Software Enclaves
1230-1300 EDT Break - -
1300-1400 EDT Paper 8 Justin Joque Deconstructing Cybersecurity: From Ontological Security to Ontological Insecurity
Thursday, October 29


Time (Day 4) Session Presenter(s) Title
945-1000 EDT gather all
1000-1100 EDT Paper 9 Jonathan Spring On managing vulnerabilities in AI/ML systems
1100-1130 EDT Break - -
1130-1230 EDT Paper 10 Eric Spero, Robert Biddle Out of Sight, Out of Mind: UI Design and the Inhibition of Mental Models of Security
1230-1300 EDT Break - -
1300-1400 EDT Breakout Groups
1400-1430 EDT Closing Session Chairs