An Investigation of the Usability of a Game for Secure Wireless Device Association
Location-Aware and Safer Cards: Enhancing RFID Security and Privacy via Location Sensing
Acoustic Eavesdropping Attacks on Constrained Wireless Device Pairing
Starting January 2013, Prof. Saxena will be co-directing the MS program in Computer Forensics and Security Management (CFSM), which is a joint program offered by Computer and Information Sciences, Justice Sciences, and Management, Information Systems, and Quantitative Methods. This is the second graduate level security program Prof. Saxena will be co-leading, followed by NYU-Poly’s MS program in Cyber-Security.
Can your brainwaves give away your PIN or password while you’re gaming, or predict your susceptibility to attacks? http://spies.cis.uab.edu/neuro-security/
NFC: A Convenient Mobile Payment Platform, or Fraudsters’ Playground?
“TechMixer brings tech professionals and enthusiasts together for the largest single day of technology training held in Alabama, and had around 600 participants this year. “
Tzipora Halevi, the most recent SPIES PhD graduate, will continue as a post-doctoral researcher at the NYU/NYU-Poly Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Security and Privacy. Congratulations to her!
UAB has a story, been picked up by other media outlets (e.g., Bloomberg, ZDNet), based on our ESORICS’12 paper: UAB system improves mobile payment security, protects personal info.
Exploring Mobile Proxies for Better Password Authentication
Establishing Secure Wireless Connections via Playful User Engagement