Entries Tagged "security conferences"
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Back in May, I attended the EastWest Institute’s First Worldwide Cybersecurity Summit in Dallas. I only had eight minutes to speak, and tried to turn the dialog to security, privacy, and the individual.
EDITED TO ADD (9/1): Commentary.
I’m at SHB 2010, the Third Interdisciplinary Workshop on Security and Human Behavior, at Cambridge University. This is a two-day gathering of computer security researchers, psychologists, behavioral economists, sociologists, philosophers, and others—all of whom are studying the human side of security—organized by Ross Anderson, Alessandro Acquisti, and myself.
Here are links to my posts on the first and second SHB workshops. Follow those links to find summaries, papers, and audio recordings of the workshops. I may liveblog this workshop—I did it last year—but I may just pay attention. Ross Anderson has liveblogged the previous two years, and is very likely to do so again. There will also be audio.
EDITED TO ADD (6/28): Ross is liveblogging the workshop here. I’m not; I find I pay better attention when I’m not trying to take coherent and accessible notes.
Earlier this week, the Ninth Workshop on Economics and Information Security (WEIS 2010) was held at Harvard. As always, it was a great workshop with some very interesting papers. Ross Anderson liveblogged the event.
EDITED TO ADD (6/10): The papers are all on the conference website.
Jon Stewart didn’t use the words “security theater,” but he was pretty funny on January 4.
Sidebar photo of Bruce Schneier by Joe MacInnis.