Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC) 2012

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Panel: The NSPW Experience

Wednesday, 5 December 2012
15:30 - 16:30


Chair: Cormac Herley, Microsoft

The New Security Paradigms Workshop provides a forum for discussing fundamental, challenging, and controversial issues in computer security. NSPW's unique character arises not so much from the topics presented but from how NSPW attendees discuss them: they aggressively question presenters and provide copious amounts of constructive feedback. This friendly debate forces authors to refine their arguments, leading to better publications and, we believe, wiser authors. This panel will bring two papers from NSPW 2012 to ACSAC, who will get a feel for the freewheeling and participatory nature of NSPW, as well as unscripted and vigorous discussions of important problems and unusual proposals in security.

Holographic Vulnerability Studies: Vulnerabilities as Fractures in Interpretation as Information Flows Across Abstraction Boundaries
Jedidiah R. Crandall and Daniela Oliveira.

Beyond the Blacklist: Modeling Malware Spread and the Effect of Interventions
Benjamin Edwards, Tyler Moore, George Stelle, Steven Hofmeyr and Stephanie Forrest.


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