Jeremy Clark recently presented on our systematization of knowledge on securing email SoK: Securing Email—A Stakeholder-Based Analysis at the 2021 International Conference on Financial Cryptography and Data Security (FC). This paper helps describe the evolution of secure email, the challenges preventing widespread adoption, and directions for future project. Click on the link to the paper to see the video of the presentation.
Sean Oesch recently presented on his paper Understanding User Perceptions of Security and Privacy for Group Chat: A Survey of Users in the US and UK at the 2020 Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC). This paper examines how users view secure group chat, identifying their key concerns, and exploring how they manage their security. Click on the link to the paper to see the video of the presentation.
We are excited to announce that Dr. Doowon Kim has join the USER Lab. Dr. Kim recently joined the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Tennessee. His research centers on the code signing-PKI, security measurements, secure software engineering, and usable security. Check out his personal page to learn more about Dr. Kim.
Sean Oesch recently presented on his paper That Was Then, This Is Now: A Security Evaluation of Password Generation, Storage, and Autofill in Browser-Based Password Managers at the 2020 USENIX Security Symposium. You can watch the video here.
We would like to congratulate Yunhe Feng for having his paper SenCAPTCHA: A Mobile-First CAPTCHA Using Orientation Sensors published at UbiComp 2020. SenCAPTCHA is a mobile-first CAPTCHA system that works by displaying an animal picture to the user and having them rotate their phone to move a ball into the center of the animal’s eye. The results of a user study with 200 participants showed that SenCAPTCHA outperforms other existing CAPTCHAs and that it was the favorite CAPTCHA system for over half of participants.