Our SOUPS 2017 paper was featured on the local news: http://kutv.com/news/local/re-messaging-apps-really-that-secure-byu-study-says-more-needs-to-be-done
Congratulations to our own Scott Ruoti, a co-winner of the 2017 John Karat Usable Privacy and Security Student Research Award at SOUPS. The award is presented to a graduate student based on their scholarship, community service, and mentoring as a student.
We learned today that our paper “Layering Security at Global Control Points to Secure Unmodified Software” was accepted to appear at SecDev 2017.
We learned today that our paper “End-to-End Passwords” was accepted to appear at NSPW 2017.
We learned today that our two papers “Weighing Context and Trade-offs: How Users Select Their Online Security Posture” and “Is that you, Alice? A Usability Study of the Authentication Ceremony of Secure Messaging Applications” were accepted to appear at SOUPS 2017.
We learned today that our paper TrustBase: An Architecture to Repair and Strengthen Certificate-based Authentication was accepted to appear in the 2017 USENIX Security Symposium.
DHS issued a press release on our TrustBase project.
Congratulations to Travis Hendershot for successfully defending his Masters’ thesis today. He will be joining Google early next year.
We learned today that our paper TLS Proxies: Friend or Foe? was accepted at IMC 2016.
Danial Zappala and I were notified today that we are receiving a DHS award for our TrustBase research project.