Category Archives: usable security

SOUPS 2017 Trip Report

What conference did I go to? I attended the USENIX Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS) 2017 in July, where I presented our paper on Automatic Application Software Updates on Android. Early in July, I blogged about our paper, … Continue reading

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Software Updates at SOUPS 2017

We describe a few highlights from our recent paper on mobile software updating that will be presented at the 2017 Usenix Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS). What did we do?: Software updates are essential to maintain the security … Continue reading

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Drones on Sexton field

Students in the COS Independent Work Seminar entitled “These Aren’t The Drones You Are Looking For: Mitigating the Privacy and Security Implications of Drones” left the classroom to get out and about on Sexton field on a beautiful spring morning. … Continue reading

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Drones, Privacy, and Security at CHI 2017

We describe a few highlights from our recent paper on drones that will be presented at the 2017 CHI conference. What did we do?: To better inform policy and regulations around drones, we chose to investigate what users’ current perceptions are of privacy and … Continue reading

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