Congratulations to Jeff Andersen for successfully defending his Masters’ thesis today. He will be leaving us to join Google in August.
Congratulations to Scott Ruoti for successfully defending his dissertation today. He will be starting a research position at MIT Lincoln Lab in August.
We learned today that our paper Private Webmail 2.0: Simple and Easy-to-Use Secure Email was accepted at UIST 2016.
We learned today that our paper Content-based Security for the Web was accepted at NSPW 2016.
We had two posters accepted to appear at SOUPS 2016. “We’re On the Same Page”: A Usability Study of Secure Email Using Pairs of Novice Users is a poster describing our CHI 2016 paper that received an Honorable Mention Award. A Comparison of PGP, IBE, and Password-based Secure Email is a poster of our current usability Read More …
We received acceptance notifications today for three papers that will appear in the workshop Who Are You?! Adventures in Authentication. The papers are (1) Social Authentication for End-to-End Encryption; (2) Standard Metrics and Scenarios for Usable Authentication; and (3) Strengthening Password-based Authentication.
Our two-person usability study was featured in a BYU News Article – Email Privacy: Finding the Balance Between Secure and Usable.
We learned today that our paper User Attitudes Toward the Inspection of Encrypted Traffic was accepted to appear at SOUPS 2016.
Kent Seamons presented a CERIAS Security Seminar talk at Purdue University titled “Usable Secure Webmail for Grassroots Adoption”.
Our paper that was accepted to appear at CHI 2016 will receive an Honorable Mention Award, given to roughly 4% of the papers that were submitted to CHI.