WAY will be held in the Bayshore Room of the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara. (Just go upstairs, and then head to the right and lookout for the WAY sign.)
Note: WAY 2019 is co-located with the Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS).
Get involved, meet your peers, discuss important issues: Join our Slack.
|08:00 am – 05:00 pm||On-site Registration and Badge Pickup|
|08:00 am – 09:00 am||Continental Breakfast|
|09:00 am – 09:10 am||Opening Remarks|
|09:10 am – 10:30 am||Paper Session I (4 presentations)|
|10:30 am – 11:00 am||Coffee Break|
|11:00 am – 12:00 pm||Industry Panel: Challenges in Authentication|
|12:00 pm – 01:45 pm||Lunch (on your own)|
|01:45 pm – 03:05 pm||Paper Session II (4 presentations)|
|03:05 pm – 03:35 pm||Coffee Break|
|03:35 pm – 04:15 pm||Paper Session III (2 presentations)|
|04:15 pm – 05:05 pm||Speed Networking: Let's Collaborate!|
|05:05 pm – 05:25 pm||Feedback Round: The Future of WAY|
|05:25 pm – 05:30 pm||Closing Remarks|
|06:00 pm – 07:00 pm||SOUPS 2019 Poster Session (free for WAY participants)|
|09:10 am – 09:30 am||A Key to Your Heart: Biometric Authentication Based on ECG Signals|
|09:30 am – 09:50 am||Keyboard Based Password Generation Strategies|
|09:50 am – 10:10 am||Quantum Authentication: Current and Future Research Directions|
|10:10 am – 10:30 am||DALock: Password Distribution Aware Throttling|
About Daniel: Dan serves as Chief Security Architect at Carbonite, protecting personal and business data onsite and in the cloud. Over a career including 10 years at RSA, Dan has designed and built solutions used by millions of people in billions of artifacts. He holds more than 50 patents and has published on real-world implementation in CRYPTO, Journal of Cryptology, Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems, and others.
About Jessy: Jessy Irwin is Head of Security at Tendermint, where she excels at translating complex cybersecurity problems into relatable terms. She is responsible for developing, maintaining and delivering comprehensive security strategies that support and enable the needs of her organization and its people. She regularly writes and presents about human-centered security, and believes that people should not have to become experts in technology, security or privacy to be safe online.
About Pilar: Pilar Garcia completed her Bachelors in Physics at the Universidad de las Américas Puebla (Mexico), and received her Masters in Pure and Applied Logic from the University of Barcelona. Now based in Toronto, Canada, Pilar is a Security Analyst for the award-winning password management app, 1Password.
|01:45 pm – 02:05 pm||View The Email to Get Hacked: Attacking SMS-Based Two-Factor Authentication|
|02:05 pm – 02:25 pm||Taken Out of Context: Security Risks with Security Code AutoFill in iOS & macOS|
|02:25 pm – 02:45 pm||Evaluating the Android Security Key Scheme: An Early Usability, Deployability, Security Evaluation with Comparative Analysis|
|02:45 pm – 03:05 pm||Towards Implementing Inclusive Authentication Technologies for Older Adults|
|03:35 pm – 03:55 pm||An Empirical Study of Mnemonic Password Recall Errors|
|03:55 pm – 04:15 pm||Let's Authenticate: Automated Cryptographic Authentication for the Web with Simple Account Recovery|
Meet your fellow workshoppers! This speed networking session will allow you to meet other WAY participants who share your interest in authentication via short meet-and-greet style "meetings." Participation is optional but encouraged.
We want to hear your opinion: What needs to change? Should we continue the 'WAY' it is? (pun intended) How can we attract more people?