Livetweet threads and online articles about the talks at Usenix Enigma 2020
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Panel: Encrypted Messaging
Moderator: Jon Callas, Senior Technology Fellow, ACLU
- Riana Pfefferkorn, Associate Director of Surveillance and Cybersecurity, Stanford Center for Internet and Society;
- Daniel J. Weitzner, Founding Director, MIT Internet Policy Research Initiative;
- Matt Blaze, Georgetown University
https://www.law.com/briefings/whats-next/ (Newsletter, subscription needed)
Filippo Valsorda, Google: Securing the Software Supply Chain
Sarah Harvey, Square Inc (= payment company): Third-Party Integrations: Friend or Foe?
Felix Fischer, Technical University of Munich: Stack Overflow: A Story of Two Security Tales
Francis Guibernau, Deloitte: Catch Me If You Can!—Detecting Sandbox Evasion Techniques
No live tweets
Brandon Baker, Google: BeyondProd: The Origin of Cloud-Native Security at Google
Kenn White, MongoDB: Bringing Usable Crypto to 7 Million Developers
Yomna Nasser: Pre-Authentication Messages as a Common Root Cause of Cell Network Attacks
Kavya Pearlman, XR Safety Initiative: Virtual Reality Brings Real Risks: Are We Ready?
Nicolas Papernot, University of Toronto and Vector Institute: What Does It Mean for Machine Learning to Be Trustworthy?
Sadia Afroz, ICSI, Avast: How to Build Realistic Machine Learning Systems for Security?
Panel: Browser Privacy: Opportunities and Tradeoffs
Moderator: Dr. Lea Kissner, Humu Panelists:
- Justin Schuh, Google;
- Tanvi Vyas, Mozilla;
- Yan Zhu, Brave;
- Eric Lawrence, Microsoft
Annalisa Nash Fernandez, Intercultural Strategist: Data as a Social Science: Cultural Elements in Privacy and Security
L. Jean Camp, Indiana University: All Security Is Good(s): Design Guidance for Economics
Steven Buccini, Aspen Institute Tech Policy Hub: Platform Data Privacy & Security Strategies for Public Interest Research
Matt Bishop, Department of Computer Science, University of California, Davis: How Anonymous Is My Anonymized Data?
Dr. Lea Kissner, Humu: Stop Failing. Start Building for Humanity.
Dr. Engin Bozdag, Uber: Privacy at Speed: Privacy by Design for Agile Development at Uber
Andrés Arrieta, Electronic Frontier Foundation: The Browser Privacy Arms Race: Which Browsers Actually Protect Your Privacy?
Kathryn Kosmides, Founder, CEO of Garbo.io: Public Records in the Digital Age: Can They Save Lives?
Sanchari Das, Ph.D. Candidate and Information Security Engineer: Eyes in Your Child's Bedroom: Exploiting Child Data Risks with Smart Toys
Jennifer Helsby, Freedom of the Press Foundation: Next-Generation SecureDrop: Protecting Journalists from Malware
Moderator: Andrea Limbago, Virtru Panelists:
- Renee DiResta, New Knowledge and Data for Democracy;
- Melanie Ensign, Uber;
- Camille Francois, Graphika
Joey Dodds, Galois and Free & Fair: Trustworthy Elections
Laurin B. Weissinger, Yale University: Internet Infrastructure Security: A Casualty of Laissez-Faire and Multistakeholderism?
Mieke Eoyang: Cybercrime: Getting beyond Analog Cops and Digital Robbers
Eva Galperin, Electronic Frontier Foundation: The State of the Stalkerware
Birhanu Eshete, University of Michigan, Dearborn: Adventures with Cybercrime Toolkits: Insights for Pragmatic Defense
Swathi Joshi, Netflix: Reservist Model: Distributed Approach to Scaling Incident Response
David Freeman, Facebook: The Abuse Uncertainty Principle, and Other Lessons Learned from Measuring Abuse on the Internet
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