Security Lab at USENIX Security 2019
The UW Security and Privacy Lab, and the lab’s friends and alumni, were out in force at USENIX Security 2019. On Wednesday, current UW Security and Privacy Lab members presented three papers in the same session:
- Christine Chen presented “Computer Security and Privacy in the Interactions Between Victim Service Providers and Human Trafficking Survivors“
- Kimberly Ruth presented “Secure Multi-User Content Sharing for Augmented Reality Applications“
- Eric Zeng presented “Understanding and Improving Security and Privacy in Multi-User Smart Homes: A Design Exploration and In-Home User Study“
Below are photos from each of the above talks, as well as from UW Systems Lab alumnus Charlie Reis‘s talk’s (with alumnus Alex Moshchuk) on “Site Isolation: Process Separation for Web Sites within the Browser” and Ivan Evtimov‘s talk on a new smarthome security lab (URL forthcoming).