[Soups-announce] Call for papers: Workshop on Usable IT Security Management (USM '07)

Lorrie Cranor lorrie+ at cs.cmu.edu
Fri Mar 9 10:14:08 EST 2007

From: "Konstantin (Kosta) Beznosov" <beznosov at ece.ubc.ca>
Date: March 8, 2007 11:55:53 PM EST
Subject: Call for papers: Workshop on Usable IT
Security Management (USM '07)
Reply-To: "Konstantin (Kosta) Beznosov" <beznosov at ece.ubc.ca>

Workshop on Usable IT Security Management (USM '07)

Date: July 18, 2007

Location: Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA

The workshop is part of the Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security

USM '07 solicits short position papers from academia and industry
about all aspects of IT security management usability. The workshop
will provide an opportunity for interdisciplinary researchers and
practitioners to discuss this fascinating and important topic. Those
interested in presenting at the workshop should submit a position
paper of up to four pages along with a cover letter describing their
research interests, experience, and background in the area of usable
IT security management. Workshop papers will be posted on the SOUPS
website and distributed to attendees on the SOUPS 2007 CD. However,
workshop papers will not be formally published, and therefore may
include work the authors plan to publish elsewhere.

Important Dates:
Position papers deadline: April 13
Notification of acceptance: May 11
Camera ready final versions of the papers due: June 5
Workshop: July 18
Workshop organizers: Konstantin (Kosta) Beznosov (UBC) &  John Karat

For full call for papers and other details, visit http://

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Konstantin Beznosov Assistant Professor Laboratory for Education and
Research in Secure Systems Engineering http://lersse.ece.ubc.ca
Electrical and Computer Engineering University of British Columbia
http://www.ece.ubc.ca/~beznosov/ 4047-2332 Main Mall Phone: +1 604
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