SOUPS and USENIX Security 2022
Many members of the UW Security and Privacy Research Lab were thrilled last week to finally re-join our broader research community in person in Boston, at SOUPS and USENIX Security 2022. It was fantastic to see some of our alumni, talk in person with current and future collaborators, meet new members of the community, catch up with old and new friends, and more!
Our members presented a great set of talks across both conferences:
- At SOUPS, UW PhD student Miranda Wei presented “Anti-Privacy and Anti-Security Advice on TikTok: Case Studies of Technology-Enabled Surveillance and Control in Intimate Partner and Parent-Child Relationships“, joint work with Eric Zeng, Yoshi Kohno, and Franzi Roesner.
- At SOUPS, UW PhD student Miranda Wei presented a lightning talk on “Skilled or Gullible? Gender Stereotypes Related to Computer Security and Privacy”, joint work with Pardis Emami-Naeni, Franzi Roesner, and Yoshi Kohno, which will appear at the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy in 2023.
- At USENIX Security, UW PhD graduate (and incoming NYU postdoc) Chris Geeng presented “‘Like Lesbians Walking the Perimeter’: Experiences of U.S. LGBTQ+ Folks With Online Security, Safety, and Privacy Advice“, joint work with Mike Harris, Elissa Redmiles (MPI-SWS), and Franzi Roesner.
- At USENIX Security, UW PhD student Kentrell Owens presented “Electronic Monitoring Smartphone Apps: An Analysis of Risks from Technical, Human-Centered, and Legal Perspectives“, joint with Anita Alem (Harvard), Franzi Roesner, and Yoshi Kohno.
- At USENIX Security, UW Postdoc Umar Iqbal presented “Khaleesi: Breaker of Advertising and Tracking Request Chains“, joint work with Charlie Wolfe (Iowa), Charles Nguyen (UC Davis), Steven Englehardt (DuckDuckGo), and Zubair Shafiq (UC Davis).