Fourth SHB Workshop
I’m at SHB 2011, the fourth Interdisciplinary Workshop on Security and Human Behavior, at Carnegie Mellon University. This is a two-day invitational gathering of computer security researchers, psychologists, behavioral economists, sociologists, political scientists, anthropologists, philosophers, and others—all of whom are studying the human side of security—organized by Alessandro Acquisti, Ross Anderson, and me. It’s not just an interdisciplinary conference; most of the people here are individually interdisciplinary. For the past four years, this has been the most intellectually stimulating conference I have attended.
Here is the program. The list of attendees contains links to readings from each of them—definitely a good place to browse for more information on this topic.
Ross Anderson is liveblogging this event. Matt Blaze is taping the sessions; I’ll link to them if he puts them up on the Internet.
Here are links to my posts on the first, second, and third SHB workshops. Follow those links to find summaries, papers, and audio recordings of the workshops.
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