Who Are You?! Adventures in Authentication Workshop (WAY)


WAY will be held in Room 3 of the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara.

Note: WAY 2019 is co-located with the Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS).

Preliminary Schedule

This year, WAY will also feature a panel of industry experts who will present a discussion of authentication as it applies to industry practices.

(We are currently in the process of preparing an interesting workshop for you. Please be patient.)

# Time Program
1 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Who Are You!? Adventures in Authentication (WAY 2019)
2 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Lunch
3 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm Who Are You!? Adventures in Authentication (WAY 2019) (continued)

Accepted Papers

WAY 2019 will feature the following papers:

DALock: Password Distribution Aware Throttling

Jeremiah Blocki, Wuwei Zhang (Purdue University)

An Empirical Study of Mnemonic Password Recall Errors

Aiping Xiong (Penn State University); Huangyi Ge, Robert W. Proctor, Jeremiah Blocki, Ninghui Li (Purdue University)

Evaluating the Android Security Key Scheme: An Early Usability, Deployability, Security Evaluation with Comparative Analysis

Robbie MacGregor (Dalhousie University)

Keyboard Based Password Generation Strategies

Ben Harsha, Jeremiah Blocki (Purdue University)

A Key to Your Heart: Biometric Authentication Based on ECG Signals

Nikita Samarin (University of California, Berkeley); Donald Sannella (University of Edinburgh)

Let's Authenticate: Automated Cryptographic Authentication for the Web with Simple Account Recovery

James Conners, Daniel Zappala (Brigham Young University)

Quantum Authentication: Current and Future Research Directions

Heather Crawford (Florida Institute of Technology); Steven Atkin (IBM)

Taken Out of Context: Security Risks with Security Code AutoFill in iOS & macOS

Andreas Gutmann, Steven J. Murdoch (OneSpan Cambridge Innovation Centre & University College London)

Towards Implementing Inclusive Authentication Technologies for Older Adults

Sanchari Das, Andrew Kim, Ben Jelen, Joshua Streiff, Jean Camp, Lesa Huber (Indiana University Bloomington)

View The Email to Get Hacked: Attacking SMS-Based Two-Factor Authentication

Philipp Markert, Florian Farke, Markus Dürmuth (Ruhr University Bochum)