Security, Privacy and Human Behavior


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What is it about human behavior that makes cybersecurity so inherently difficult? Come join this masterfully curated seminar, led by renowned expert Dr. Lorrie Cranor, professor in the School of Computer Science and the Engineering and Public Policy Department at Carnegie Mellon University and director of the CyLab Usable Privacy and Security Laboratory. Leading researchers will share important findings around security and privacy behaviors and mental models, explore security and privacy tools that humans can actually use, and examine emerging threats and challenges that surface as humans adopt new technology.

Participants
Apu Kapadia

Associate Professor of Computer Science and Associate Director, Security Program, Indiana University Bloomington

Blase Ur

Neubauer Family Assistant Professor, University of Chicago

Dr. Lorrie Cranor

Director, Carnegie Mellon University

Elissa M. Redmiles

Ph.D. Candidate, Computer Science, University of Maryland

Emilee Rader

Associate Professor and AT&T Scholar, Department of Media and Information, Michigan State University

Jason Hong

Professor, Human Computer Interaction Institute

Laura Brandimarte

Assistant Professor, Management Information Systems, University of Arizona

Lujo Bauer

Associate Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering + Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University

Pamela Wisniewski

Assistant Professor, University of Central Florida

Sanchari Das

Doctoral Researcher, Indiana University

Sunny Consolvo

User Experience Researcher, Google


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