All program sessions will take place at the Stata Center, at MIT, 32 Vassar Street, Cambridge, in the Kiva/Patil Conference Room (room G449) on the fourth floor of the Gates Tower.
Attendees' position papers can be found here.
Detecting deception; social and psychological aspects; deception in
sociotechnical systems; propaganda
Paul Ekman, Jean Camp, Uri Simonsohn, Mike Roe, James Randi
Engineering, economics and psychology of online crime; crime prevention
Matt Blaze, Ron Clarke, Eric Johnson, Charles Perrow, Alma Whitten
Why security products are hard to use; how psychology can inform design;
empowerment or learned helplessness
Jon Callas, Luke Church, Markus Jakobsson, Bashar Nuseibeh, Angela Sasse
What we need to learn about research technique from engineering, economics
Bill Burns, Ralph Chatham, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Mark Frank, Stuart Schechter
Social cognition; the Machiavellian brain; mortality salience; biases and
Dave Clark, David Livingstone Smith, Tyler Moore, Carey Morewedge, George Loewenstein
Risk and the perception of risk; its role in politics and culture; the culture of fear;
how societies may be resilient or be damaged
Dick Clark, Frank Furedi, Richard John, John Mueller, Paul Shambroom
The privacy paradox; explanations from behavioural economics; coevolution of attitudes,
technology and regulation
Alessandro Acquisti, Andrew Adams, Peter Neumann, Andrew Odlyzko, Bruce Schneier
Or, at the very least, what are the interesting research questions on
which we can hope to make progress?
Ross Anderson, Ed Felten, Nick Humphrey, Hal Varian, Richard Zeckhauser
The workshop is sponsored by BT, Google, Microsoft, PGP, Carnegie-Mellon University, MIT and the University of Cambridge.