Michael Lutaaya will be presenting a SOUPS 2015 poster, Password Rehearsal Memory Games, describing his work on a quick game to help users memorize a randomly generated password. Michael worked on this project as a first year undergraduate researcher in the lab.
PhD student Leah Zhang-Kennedy will be presenting a SOUPS 2015 poster entitled Geo-Phisher: The Design of a Global Phishing Trend Visualization Tool based on a project completed with Elias Fares, an HCI student. Their tool visualizes APWG phishing report data on a world map and provides interactive features to explore patterns in the data.
PhD student Hala Assal and Masters student Jeff Wilson will be presenting a SOUPS 2015 poster entitled Collaborative Security Code-Review: Towards Aiding Developers Ensure Software-Security based on their web-based multitouch code review visualization tool.
Leah Zhang-Kennedy will also be presenting our on-going project, Improving Children’s Mobile Privacy Awareness and Behaviour, at the SOUPS Workshop on Inclusive Privacy and Security (WIPS).