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    Mobile App Privacy Analysis at ScaleEnigma 2019Serge Egelman
    The URLephant in the RoomEnigma 2019Emily Stark
    Where Is the Web Closed?Enigma 2019Sadia Afroz
    User Agent 2.0: What Can the Browser Do for the User?Enigma 2019Ben Livshits
    Next Steps For Browser Privacy: Pursuing Privacy Protections Beyond ExtensionsEnigma 2019Peter Snyder
    Building a Secure Data Market on BlockchainEnigma 2019Noah Johnson
    Cryptocurrency: Burn It with FireEnigma 2019Nicholas Weaver
    Usage of Behavioral Biometric Technologies to Defend Against Bots and Account Takeover AttacksEnigma 2019Ajit Gaddam
    Countering Adversarial Cyber CampaignsEnigma 2019Max Smeets
    Learning from the Dark Web Dimension of DataEnigma 2019Munish Walther-Puri
    The Offline Dimension of Online CrimeEnigma 2019Jonathan Lusthaus
    It's Not "Our" Data: Do We Want to Create a World of No Surprises?Enigma 2019Denelle Dixon
    Grey ScienceEnigma 2019Anita Nikolich
    Abusability Testing: Considering the Ways Your Technology Might Be Used for HarmEnigma 2019Ashkan Soltani
    Provable Security at AWSEnigma 2019Neha Rungta
    Building Identity for an Open PerimeterEnigma 2019Tejas Dharamshi
    Privacy Engineering: Not Just for Privacy EngineersEnigma 2019Jennifer Anderson
    Using Architecture and Abstractions to Design a Security Layer for TLSEnigma 2019Daniel Zappala
    Hardware Is the New Software: Finding Exploitable Bugs in Hardware DesignsEnigma 2019Cynthia Sturton
    Hardware Security Modules: The Ultimate Black BoxesEnigma 2019Ryan Lackey
    Callisto: A Cryptographic Approach to #MeTooEnigma 2019Anjana Rajan
    Rethinking the Detection of Child Sexual Abuse Imagery on the InternetEnigma 2019Elie Bursztein
    The Kids Aren't Alright—Security and Privacy in the K–12 ClassroomEnigma 2019Alex Smolen
    Serverless Ops: What to Do / This is What We Do, When the Server Goes AwayLISA18Tom McLaughlin
    Make Your System Firmware Faster, More Flexible and Reliable with LinuxBootLISA18Andrea Barberio, David Hendricks