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Externe Veranstaltungen
Tuesday, 31 Jul 2018
TrustCom 2018
Sunday, 12 Aug 2018
Wednesday, 15 Aug 2018

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Karlsruher IT-Sicherheitsinitiative

Welcome to the Research Group SECUSO
Security • Usability • Society

The research group SECUSO belongs to the Institute of Applied Informatics and Formal Description Methods (AIFB) of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). The group was founded in 2011 by Prof. Dr. Melanie Volkamer at the TU Darmstadt. SECUSO moved to the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology at the beginning of 2018. SECUSO is a member of Kastel and K-CIST.



2 Workshop papers and 2 posters accepted at SOUPS 2018

Two papers were accepted for publication in workshops which are co-located with SOUPS: The paper "Home Sweet Home? Investigating users’ awareness ofsmart home privacy threats" by Nina Gerber, Benjamin Reinheimer and Melanie Volkamerwill be presented at the workshop An Interactive Workshop on the Human aspects ofSmarthome Security and Privacy (WSSP) and the paper “ACCESSv2: A Collaborative Authentication Research and Decision Support Platform" by Peter Mayer, Philip Stumpf, Thomas Weber and Melanie Volkamer will be presented at the workshop  Who Are You?! Adventures in Authentication 2018 (WAY 2018). Furthermore, the posters "‘This Website Uses Cookies‘: Users' Perceptions and Reactions to the Cookie Disclaimer“ by Oksana Kulyk, Annika Hilt, Nina Gerber and Melanie Volkamer and "Addressing Misconceptions About Password Security Effectively" by Peter Mayer and Melanie Volkamer have been accepted for presentation at SOUPS 2018.

Human Factors in Security & Privacys in IoT

We are co-guest editing a special issue on human factors in security and privacy in IoT for thei informatics journal. The submission deadline is November 30 2018.

Paper accepted at SOUPS 2018

The paper "Replication Study: A Cross-Country Field Observation Study of Real World PIN Usage at ATMs and in Various Electronic Payment Scenarios" by Melanie Volkamer, Andreas Gutmann, Karen Renaud, Paul Gerber, and Peter Mayer was accepted for publication at the USENIX conference Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS), which represents the primary venue for research in usable privacy and usable security. The conference will be held August 12–14, 2018 in Baltimore (USA).

Paper accepted at ARES 2018

The paper „Finally Johnny Can Encrypt. But Does This Make Him Feel More Secure?” by Nina Gerber, Verena Zimmermann, Birgit Henhapl, Sinem Emeröz and Melanie Volkamer was accepted at the 13th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES), which will be held from August 27 to August 30 at the University of Hamburg, Germany.