Publications of the Laboratory for Education and Research in Secure Systems Engineering (LERSSE) 4 records found  Search took 0.00 seconds. 
1. Surviving the Cryptojungle: Perception and Management of Risk Among North American Cryptocurrency (Non)Users / Artemij Voskobojnikov ; Borke Obada-Obieh ; Yue Huang ; Konstantin Beznosov [LERSSE-RefConfPaper-2020-003]
With the massive growth of cryptocurrency markets in recent years has come an influx of new users and investors, pushing the overall number of owners into the millions. [...]
Published in Artemij Voskobojnikov, Borke Obada-Obieh, Yue Huang, Konstantin Beznosov. Surviving the Cryptojungle: Perception and Management of Risk Among North American Cryptocurrency (Non)Users. In the Proceedings of Twenty-Fourth International Conference on Financial Cryptography and Data Security (FC'20), Kota Kinabalu, 2020:
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2. Contextual Permission Models for Better Privacy Protection / Primal Wijesekera [LERSSE-THESIS-2018-002]
Despite corporate cyber intrusions attracting all the attention, privacy breaches that we, as ordinary users, should be worried about occur every day without any scrutiny. [...]
Published in Primal Wijesekera, "Contextual Permission Models for Better Privacy Protection", PhD Dissertation, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, June, 2018:
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3. Contextualizing Privacy Decisions for Better Prediction (and Protection) / Primal Wijesekera ; Joel Reardon ; Irwin Reyes ; Lynn Tsai ; et al [LERSSE-RefConfPaper-2018-001]
Modern mobile operating systems implement an ask-on-first-use policy to regulate applications’ access to private user data: the user is prompted to allow or deny access to a sensitive resource the first time an app attempts to use it. [...]
Published in Primal Wijesekera, Joel Reardon, Irwin Reyes, Lynn Tsai, Jung-Wei Chen, Nathan Good, David Wagner, Konstantin Beznosov, and Serge Egelman. Contextualizing Privacy Decisions for Better Prediction (and Protection). Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’18), 2018.:
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4. The Challenges of Understanding Users’ Security-related Knowledge, Behaviour, and Motivations / Sara Motiee ; Kirstie Hawkey ; Konstantin Beznosov [LERSSE-RefConfPaper-2010-004]
In order to improve current security solutions or devise novel ones, it is important to understand users' knowledge, behaviour, motivations and challenges in using a security solution. [...]
Published in S. Motiee, K. Hawkey, and K. Beznosov. The Challenges of Understanding Users’ Security-related Knowledge, Behaviour, and Motivations. In SOUPS Usable Security Experiment Reports (USER) Workshop, 2010.:
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