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Project Profile

Usable Privacy and Security

Carnegie Mellon University

Abstract

This Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) project supports the development of an interdisciplinary graduate program at Carnegie Mellon University to train researchers in the field of usable privacy and security. The program will provide courses in security, privacy, human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, economics, and psychology to complement… more »

Contributions[?]

Project members' contributions to the library and showcase are listed here.
Title Category Type Posted At
Study measures efficacy of web-based attacks attempting to steal passwords Showcase Achievement 11/19/13
Study examines role of privacy information in selection of Android applications Showcase Achievement 11/19/13
Team researches effects of password meters on password strength Showcase Achievement 11/19/13
Don't Overshare, Don't Undershare: a Goldilocks Solution for Inferring Sharing Preferences and Social Relationships from Phone Logs NSF IGERT 2013 Video & Poster Competition Video & Poster 05/20/13
Tag, You Can See It! Using Tags for Access Control in Photo Sharing NSF IGERT 2012 Video & Poster Competition Video & Poster 05/21/12
Making passwords more secure and easier to remember Showcase Highlight 11/21/11
Improving computer security warnings Showcase Achievement 10/24/11
Trainees wins first place at ACM Showcase Achievement 10/24/11
Privacy papers for policy makers Showcase Achievement 10/24/11
Password-composition policies Showcase Achievement 10/24/11