Rob Reeder

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This panel discusses specific challenges in the usability of access control technologies and new opportunities for research. The questions vary from "Why nobody, even experts, uses access control lists (ACLs)?" to "Shall access controls (and corresponding languages) be totally embedded and invisible and never, ever seen by the users?" to "What should be the(More)
1. ABSTRACT Software engineers who design large systems have a multitude of concerns to address before shipping their software. Usability and security are merely two of these concerns, and usable security is a small slice of those. Thus, software engineers can only be expected to spend a small fraction of their time on usable security concerns. Our team,(More)
The views and conclusions contained in this document are those of the author and should not be interpreted as representing the official policies, either expressed or implied, of any sponsoring institution, the U.S. government , or any other entity. Abstract Keystroke dynamics—technology to distinguish people based on their typing rhythms—could revolutionize(More)
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