HCI-CPT: HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust - Program

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(Last Updated: 30 June, 2022)
Sun, 26 June | Mon, 27 June | Tue, 28 June | Wed, 29 June | Thu, 30 June | Fri, 1 July
Sunday, 26 June 2022
19:30 - 21:30

S024: Designing for Privacy
Chair: Heather Molyneaux, Canada

  • A Preliminary Investigation of Authentication of Choice in Health-Related Mobile Applications
    Oluwadamilola Arinde, Jinjuan Feng, Ziying Tang, United States
  • A Survey of User Experience in Usable Security and Privacy Research
    Danielle Jacobs, Troy McDaniel, United States
  • User Experience, Knowledge, Perceptions, and Behaviors associated with Internet of Things (IoT) Device Information Privacy
    Maria Chaparro, Andrew Nakushian, Summer Rebensky, Tricia Prior, Meredith Carroll, United States
  • A User Study to Evaluate a Web-based Prototype for Smart Home Internet of Things Device Management
    Leena Alghamdi, Ashwaq Alsoubai, Mamtaj Akter, Faisal Alghamdi, Pamela Wisniewski, United States
  • Users, Smart Homes, and Digital Assistants: Impact of Technology Experience and Adoption
    Michael Shlega, Sana Maqsood, Sonia Chiasson, Canada
  • Ransomware attack Detection on the Internet of Things using Machine Learning Algorithm
    Temechu Girma Zewdie, Anteneh Girma, Paul Cotae, United States
Monday, 27 June 2022
15:00 - 17:00

S054: Modeling and Verification of Human Aspects in Socio Technical Systems and Networks for Security and Privacy
Chair: Florian Kammüller, United Kingdom

  • Exploring Rationality of Self Awareness in Social Networking for Logical Modeling of Unintentional Insiders
    Florian Kammüller, Chelsea Mira Alvarado, United Kingdom
  • User Awareness and Privacy Regarding Instant Games on Facebook
    Stacy Nicholson, Robert J. Hammell II, Joyram Chakraborty, Aisha Ali-Gombe, United States
  • Lessons Learned and Suitability of Focus Groups in Security Information Workers Research
    Julie M. Haney, Jody L. Jacobs, Fernando Barrientos, Susanne M. Furman, United States
  • Attitudes towards the Use of COVID-19 Apps and its Associated Factors
    Tian Wang, Masooda Bashir, United States
  • Towards the Improvement of UI/UX of a Human-AI Adversarial Authorship System
    Sadaira Packer, Cheryl Seals, Gerry Dozier, United States
  • Intermediate Help with Using Digital Devices and Online Accounts: Understanding the Needs, Expectations, and Vulnerabilities of Young Adults
    Hanieh Atashpanjeh, Arezou Behfar, Cassity Haverkamp, Maryellen McClain Verdoes, Mahdi Nasrullah Al-Ameen, United States
Tuesday, 28 June 2022
14:30 - 16:30

S137: User Privacy and Data Protection
Chair: Luca Mazzola, Switzerland

  • Exploration of Privacy, Ethical and Regulatory Concerns Related to COVID-19 Vaccine Passport Implementation
    Abhishek Sharma, Chandana Hewege, Chamila Perera, Australia
  • Mental Models of the Internet and its Online Risks: Children and their Parent(s)
    Alexandra Mai, Leonard Guelmino, Katharina Pfeffer, Edgar Weippl, Austria; Katharina Krombholz, Germany
  • Privacy and Customer’s Education: NLP for Information Resources Suggestions and Expert Finder Systems
    Luca Mazzola, Andreas Waldis, Atreya Shankar, Diamantis Argyris, Alexander Denzler, Switzerland; Michiel Van Roey, Belgium
  • Improving Consumer Data Privacy Protection and Trust in the Context of the Digital Platform
    Cong Cao, Miaomiao Zheng, Linyao Ni, P.R. China
  • Demarcating the Privacy Issues of Aarogya Setu App in Covid-19 Pandemic in India: An Exploration into Contact Tracing Mobile Applications from Elaboration Likelihood Model
    Nirmal Acharya, Abhishek Sharma, Australia
Wednesday, 29 June 2022
14:30 - 16:30

S196: HCI in Cyberdefense and Protection
Chair(s): To be announced

  • The Pitfalls of Evaluating Cyber Defense Techniques by an Anonymous Population
    Asmaa Aljohani, James Jones, United States
  • Are HTTPS Configurations Still a Challenge?: Validating Theories of Administrators’ Difficulties With TLS Configurations
    Alexandra Mai, Austria; Oliver Schedler, Germany; Edgar Weippl, Austria; Katharina Krombholz, Germany
  • Securing Software Defining Network from Emerging DDoS attack
    Temechu Girma Zewdie, Anteneh Girma, United States
  • The Dimensionality of the Cyber Warrior
    Morgan L. Ferretti, Timothy Richards, Jessica G. Irons, Kirsten Richards, United States
  • Shaping Attacker Behavior: Evaluation of an Enhanced Cyber Maneuver Framework
    Jennifer A.B. McKneely, Tara K. Sell, Kathleen A. Straub, Mika D. Ayenson, Daniel Thomas, United States
  • VibroAuth: Authentication with Haptics Based Non-visual, Rearranged Keypads to Mitigate Shoulder Surfing Attacks
    Manisha Varma, United States; Stacey Watson, Canada; Liwei Chan, Taiwan*, China; Roshan Peiris, United States
Thursday, 30 June 2022
10:00 - 12:00

S223: Approaches for Usable Security
Chair: Isao Nakanishi, Japan

  • On-Demand Biometric Authentication for System-User Management
    Isao Nakanishi, Japan
  • PushID: A Pressure Control Interaction-based Behavioral Biometric Authentication System for Smartwatches
    Youngeun Song, Ian Oakley, Korea
  • Bu-Dash: A Universal and Dynamic Graphical Password Scheme
    Panagiotis Andriotis, Myles Kirby, United Kingdom; Atsuhiro Takasu, Japan
  • A Hand Gesture-Based Authentication Method That Makes Forgery Difficult
    Hideaki Terui, Hiroshi Hosobe, Japan
  • Improving Rank-N Identification Rate of Palmprint Identification Using Permutation-based Indexing
    Mizuho Yoshihira, Ayumi Serizawa, Ryosuke Okudera, Yumo Ouchi, Yuya Shiomi, Naoya Nitta, Masataka Nakahara, Akira Baba, Yutaka Miyake, Tetsushi Ohki, Masakatsu Nishigaki, Japan
  • Secure Interoperation of Blockchain and IPFS through Client Application Enabled by CP-ABE
    Ruichen Cong, Yixiao Liu, Yenjou Wang, Kiichi Tago, Ruidong Li, Hitoshi Asaeda, Qun Jin, Japan
Friday, 1 July 2022
12:00 - 14:00

S276: Perspectives on Cybersecurity
Chair: Cristina Paupini, Norway

  • What Makes IoT Secure? A Maturity Analysis of Industrial Product Manufacturers’ Approaches to IoT Security
    Laura Lynggaard Nielsen, Denmark
  • Privacy in the Smart Household: Towards a Risk Assessment Model for Domestic IoT
    Markus Frogner Werner, Ida Ness, Cristina Paupini, Norway
  • The Importance of Strengthening Legal Concepts in Overcoming Cybercrime During the Covid-19 Pandemic in Indonesia
    Ardiansyah Ardiansyah, M. Rafi, Pahmi Amri, Indonesia
  • From Cybersecurity Hygiene to Cyber Well-being
    Shreya Gupta, Steven Furnell, United Kingdom
* Consistent with the 'one-China policy' of the United Nations Organization and the United States (maintaining unofficial relations with Taiwan after 1979).