The following posters will be presented at the Poster Session on Tuesday, August 11, 11:30 am–12:30 pm.
Posters of unpublished research.
Learning through Videos: Uncovering Approaches to Educating People about Facebook Privacy
Mobile Security Behavior Observatory: Long-term Monitoring of Mobile User Behavior
Observation Study on Usability Challenges for Fingerprint Authentication Using WebAuthn-enabled Android Smartphones
Cyber Attack! A Story-driven Educational Hacking Game
Towards Inclusive Design for Privacy and Security: Perspectives from an Aging Society
Effect of Priming on Smart Home Privacy Preferences
Automatic Section Title Generation to Improve the Readability of Privacy Policies
Something Doesn't Feel Right: Using Thermal Warnings to Improve User Security Awareness
Your Photo is so Funny that I don't Mind Violating Your Privacy by Sharing it: Individual Humor Styles and Photo-sharing Behaviors
A Cybersecurity Research Ethics Decision Support UI
A Multilingual Comparison of Email Scams
Privacy Not Found: A Study of the Availability of Privacy Policies on the Web
Smart Home Updates: User Perceptions and Experiences
Privacy Preferences vs. Settings: A Case Study of Android Permissions
Mental Models of Domain Names and URLs
Interactive Stories for Security Education: A Case Study on Password Managers
"I cannot do anything": User's Behavior and Protection Strategy upon Losing, or Identifying Unauthorized Access to Online Account
What are PETs for Privacy Experts and Non-experts?
HackEd: A Pedagogical Analysis of Online Vulnerability Discovery Exercises
Characterizing Digital Homelessness
Older Adults' Perceptions of Intelligent Voice Assistant Privacy, Transparency, and Online Privacy Guidelines
End Users' Information-sharing Behaviours and Preferences within a Multi-user Smart Home
UISA: User Interface Security Assessment
Posters of usable security papers published recently at other venues.
"Get a Free Item Pack with Every Activation!" Do Incentives Increase the Adoption Rates of Two-Factor Authentication?
Towards a Conceptual Model for Provoking Privacy Speculation
Question Answering for Privacy Policies: Combining Computational and Legal Perspectives
DeFaking Deepfakes: Understanding Journalists' Needs for Deepfake Detection
Why are Developers Struggling to Put GDPR into Practice when Developing Privacy-Preserving Software Systems?
Abdulrahman Alhazmi, Department of Computer Science and IT, School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences at La Trobe University.; Nalin A. G. Arachchilage, Optus La Trobe Cyber Security Research Hub, Department of Computer Science and IT, School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences.