Learning from Authoritative Security Experiment Results
May 26, 2016
08:45 - Opening Remarks
08:50 - Panel Discussion: Challenges and Pitfalls in the Design and Execution of Human-Technology Based Experiments
09:35 - Paper Presentation: Kharon dataset: Android malware under a microscope, Nicolas Kiss, Jean-Francois Lalande, Mourad Leslous and (P) Valérie Viet Triem Tong.
10:20 - Break
10:50 - Paper Presentation: The Effect of Repeated Login Prompts on Phishing Susceptibility, (P) Peter Snyder, Michael K. Reiter and Chris Kanich.
11:35 - Paper Presentation: Towards robust experimental design for user studies in security and privacy, (P) Kat Krol, Jonathan M. Spring, Simon Parkin and M. Angela Sasse.
12:20 - Lunch
13:30 - Keynote: Understanding the Cognitive Science of Cyber Security, Nancy Cooke, Arizona State University
14:30 - Paper Presentation: Results and Lessons Learned from a User Study of Display Effectiveness with Experienced Cyber Security Network Analysts, Christopher Garneau, Robert Erbacher, Renee Etoty and (P) Steve Hutchinson.
15:15 - Break
15:45 - Paper Presentation: Combining Qualitative Coding and Sentiment Analysis: Deconstructing Perceptions of Usable Security in Organisations, (P) Ingolf Becker, Simon Parkin and Angela Sasse.
16:30 - Paper Presentation: Effect of Cognitive Depletion on Password Choice, (P) Thomas Gross, Kovila P. L. Coopamootoo and Amina Al-Jabri.
17:15 - Closing Discussion
17:30 - Adjourn
(P) = presenter