[Soups-announce] Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security preliminary program

Lorrie Faith Cranor lorrie at cs.cmu.edu
Tue Jun 11 16:35:58 EDT 2013

Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security 2013
July 24-26, 2013
Newcastle, UK

Registration for SOUPS 2013 is open and the early registration deadline is June 17.  We've posted a preliminary program at

There is still time to submit lightning talk and demo proposals. See

Some program highlights:

Three Wednesday workshops:
	• Workshop on Home Usable Privacy and Security (HUPS)
	• Workshop on Risk Perception in IT Security and Privacy
	• A Turn for the Worse: Trustbusters for User Interfaces Workshop

A poster session and dinner reception featuring 29 usable privacy and security posters

Keynote speaker: Harold Thimbleby, Swansea University
Security & safety overlaps

Panel: Who Sets the Privacy Bar?

And, of course, technical papers:

(Some of these papers have been only provisionally accepted and may not appear in the final program.)

CASA: Context-Aware Scalable Authentication 
Eiji Hayashi, Sauvik Das, Shahriyar Amini, and Jason Hong (Carnegie Mellon University) and Ian Oakley (University of Madeira)

What Matters to Users? Factors that Affect Users' Willingness to Share Information with Online Advertisers
Pedro G. Leon and Blase Ur (Carnegie Mellon University), Yang Wang (Syracuse University), Manya Sleeper, Rebecca Balebako, Richard Shay, and Lujo Bauer (Carnegie Mellon University), Mihai Christodorescu (Qualcomm Research Silicon Valley), and Lorrie Faith Cranor (Carnegie Mellon University)

A Lot of Little Brothers: Raising Awareness of Data Leaks on Smartphones
Rebecca Balebako (Carnegie Mellon University), Jaeyeon Jung (Microsoft Research), Wei Lu (Microsoft), Lorrie Cranor (Carnegie Mellon University), and Carolyn Nguyen (Microsoft)

Your Attention Please: Designing security-decision UIs to make genuine risks harder to ignore
Cristian Bravo-Lillo, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Julie Downs, Saranga Komanduri, and Robert W. Reeder (Carnegie Mellon University), Stuart Schechter (Microsoft Research), and Manya Sleeper (Carnegie Mellon University)

Retrospective Privacy: Managing Longitudinal Privacy in Online Social Networks
Oshrat Ayalon and Eran Toch (Department of Industrial Engineering , Tel Aviv University)

When It's Better to Ask Forgiveness than Get Permission: Designing Usable Audit Mechanisms for Mobile Permissions
Christopher Thompson, Maritza Johnson, Serge Egelman, David Wagner, and Jennifer King (UC Berkeley)

Modifying Smartphone User Locking Behavior
Dirk Van Bruggen, Shu Liu, Mitch Kajzer, Aaron Striegel, and Charles R. Crowell (University of Notre Dame) and John D'Arcy (University of Delaware)

Exploring the Design Space of Graphical Passwords on Smartphones 
Florian Schaub, Marcel Walch, Bastian Könings, and Michael Weber (Ulm University)

Sleights of Privacy: Framing, Disclosures, and the Limits of Transparency
Idris Adjerid, Alessandro Acquisti, Laura Brandimarte, and George Loewenstein (Carnegie Mellon University)

Usability and Security Evaluation of GeoPass: a Geographic Location-Password Scheme
Julie Thorpe and Brent MacRae (University of Ontario Institute of Technology) and Amirali Salehi-Abari (University of Toronto)

Clueless Johnny: Why Automatic Encryption Leads to Confusion and Mistakes 
Scott Ruoti, Nathan Kim, Ben Burgon, Timothy W. van der Horst, and Kent E. Seamons (Brigham Young University)

Memory Retrieval and Graphical Passwords 
Elizabeth Stobert and Robert Biddle (Carleton University)

Stop Embarrassing Me: Re-Evaluating User Concerns for Third-Party Tracking and Online Advertising
Lalit Agarwal, Nisheeth Shrivastava, Sharad Jaiswal, and Saurabh Panjwani (Bell Labs India)

On The Ecological Validity of a Password Study 
Sascha Fahl, Matthew Smith, and Marian Harbach (DCSEC, Leibniz University Hannover)

Formal Definitions for Usable Access Control Rule Sets - From Goals to Metrics
Mathias Beckerle (Technische Universität Darmstadt) and Leonardo Augusto Martucci (Karlstad University)

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