1st TIPPI Workshop

1st TIPPI Workshop: Trustworthy Interfaces for Passwords and Personal Information, Stanford University, USA

Präsentationen des ersten Workshops, der sich auf die Problematik des Phishins und seinen Variationen konzentriert.

Sponsored by the PORTIA project

Date: June 13th, 2005


Stanford University,
Gates Computer Science Building,
Room B12
Directions to Gates.
Parking strucure map.

Speakers and Workshop Program

Monday, June 13, 2005
9:00am Opening Remarks:
Dan Boneh and Burt Kaliski
Session 1
9:10am – 9:40 Roots of Trusted Interfaces and the User Experience
Todd Inskeep, Bank of America.
9:40am – 10:10 Solutions for Secure and Trustworthy Authentication
Ramesh Kesanupalli, Phoenix Technologies.
10:10am-10:30 Morning Break
Session 2
10:30am – 11:00 Users are not dependable – how to make security indicators to better protect them
Min Wu, MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab
11:00am – 11:30 Trusted Path in Heterogeneous Environments
Aaron Emigh, Radix Labs
11:30am – 12:00 Trusted Interfaces for Sensitive Data
Dan Boneh, Stanford University
12:00pm – 12:30 PorKI: Using Personal Devices to Protect Personal Credentials
Sara Sinclair
12:30pm-1:45 Lunch Break
Session 3
1:45pm – 2:15 Evolution of The Threat and its Impact on Requirements
Dave Jevans, Anti-Phishing Working Group
2:15pm – 2:30 Securing Online Transactions with a Trusted Digital Identity
Dave Steeves, Microsoft
2:30pm – 2:45 Break
Session 4
2:45pm – 3:15 Net Trust
Allan Friedman / Alla Genkina
3:15pm – 3:30 Fixing the Web Trust Model
Amir Herzberg, Bar Ilan University
3:30pm – 3:45 Trustworthy User Interface Design: Dynamic Security Skins
Rachna Dhamija, U.C. Berkeley
3:45pm – 4:00 Break
Session 5
4:00pm – 4:30 Delayed Password Disclosure
Steve Myers, Indiana University
4:30pm – 5:00 Discussion: Next Steps toward More Trustworthy Interfaces
Burt Kaliski, RSA Labs
5:00pm End

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