LERSSE graduate students presented their research at the Symposium on Usable Security Privacy and Security (SOUPS). Here is a summary of the presented research:
- We had posters on OpenIDemail Enabled Browser,Expectations, Perceptions, and Misconceptions of Personal Firewalls, and Validating and Extending a Study on the Effectiveness of SSL Warnings.
- At SOUPS Workshop on Usable Security Experiment Reports (USER), Andreas Sotirakopoulos discussed how study environment biases participant behaviours,Sara Motiee explained challenges in understanding users’ security-related knowledge, behaviour, and motivations, and Kirstie Hawkey presented (forPooya Jaferian, who could not attend SOUPS) challenges in evaluating complex IT security management systems.
- In SOUPS technical papers session, Sara Motiee presented her study of support (through LUA and UAC) for the principle of least privilege in Windows Vista and Windows 7.