Sana Maqsood submission to the 2014 CHI Student Research Competition has been accepted. She will present her paper, Shoulder Surfing Susceptibility of Bend Passwords, in Toronto in May.
Leah Zhang-Kennedy’s paper entitled “Stop clicking on “update later”: Persuading users they need up-to-date antivirus protection” has just been accepted at Persuasive Technology 2014, which will be held in Padua, Italy in May.
Our paper, “Survey on the Fate of Digital Footprints after Death”, was recently accepted at USEC 2014, co-located with NDSS.
Things are starting to come together nicely… the rooms are built, the furniture is in… now we just need equipment!
We are very excited to have the renovations begin in the CHORUS lab. The first step was to label everything for removal, then painting, then the new walls started coming up. We’re trying hard to stay out of the way of the construction workers, but we keep going to peek to see the progress! When all is done, it’ll have 3 rooms set up for running experiments and an open-space for group stuff.
Fanny Lalonde-Levesque presented our paper on A Clinical Study of Risk Factors Related to Malware Infections at ACM CCS in Berlin, Germany.
Sana Maqsood presented her work on bendable passwords for flexible displays
Leah Zhang-Kennedy was recently featured in Carleton’s The Graduate Newsletter. See the article here:
Leah Zhang-Kennedy presented her paper “Password Advice Shouldn’t Be Boring: Visualizing Password Guessing Attacks” at APWG eCrime in San Franscico this week.
After completing his first year of Computer Science, Michael Lutaaya was awarded a Dean’s Summer Research Internship to work in a lab over the summer. Only 15 students are awarded the internship each year. During his time in the CHORUS lab, Michael designed and implemented a game to help users learn and memorize random text passwords.
The article is available on P.18 of the Faculty of Science’s Eureka magazine