Workshop on Security and Human Behaviour (SHB 2009)
June 11-12, MIT - Provisional Schedule
The workshop will be held in MIT Classroom 32-124 in the Stata Center, Vassar Street.
We are exremely grateful to Google, Microsoft and PGP for generously sponsoring this event.
Welcome reception (1800-2100) at Le Meridien, 30 Sidney Street, Cambridge
- Session 1 (0900-1030): Deception
- Session 2 (1100-1230): Fraud
- Session 3 (1400-1530): Usability
- Session 4 (1600-1730): Methodology
Conference banquet: Legal Sea Foods (1900-2200)
- Session 5 (0900-1030): Foundations
- Terence Taylor, ICLS:
Darwinian Security; Natural Security (A
Darwinian Approach to a Dangerous World)
- Andrew Odlyzko, University
of Minnesota: Network Neutrality,
Search Neutrality, and the Never-Ending Conflict Between Efficiency and Fairness
in Markets, Economics,
psychology, and sociology of security
- danah boyd, Microsoft Research: Taken Out of Context -
American Teen Sociality in Networked Publics
Levine, Lancaster: The
Kindness of Crowds; Intra-group
Regulation of Violence: Bystanders and the (De)-escalation of Violence
- Jeff MacKie-Mason, Michigan: Humans are smart
devices, but not programmable; Security when people matter; A Social Mechanism for Supporting
Home Computer Security
- Joe Bonneau: The
Privacy Jungle: On the Market for Data Protection in Social Networks
- Session 6 (1100-1230): Terror
- Session 7 (1400-1530): Privacy
- Session 8 (1600-1730): How do we fix the world?
Allan Friedman, Harvard
Betsy Masiello, Google
Sasha Romanosky, CMU
Here is my liveblog of the event; here are audio recordings by Matt Blaze;
there are also blogs by Bruce Schneier and Adam Shostack.
As for what happened at the first workshop in 2008, see the liveblog and the audio.