IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy
Short Talks

Short Talks Chair: Angelos Stavrou (George Mason University)

The short talks session will be held Tuesday (18 May), 4:30-5:30pm.

Progressing Collaborative Systems
Terry Benzel, Bob Braden, Steve Schwab, and John Wroclawski
Progress on the physics of digital systems (information physics)
Fred Cohen (California Sciences Institute)
Non-Interactive Verifiable Computing: Outsourcing Computation to Untrusted Workers
Bryan Parno (CMU)
Building Self-Monitoring Multi-core Systems
Dipankar Dasgupta
Progressing Collaborative Systems
Max Kanovich (Queen Mary, University of London), Tajana Ban Kirigin (University of Rijeka), Vivek Nigam (UPENN), and Andre Scedrov (UPENN)
Cognition and Memory in Computer Security
Kui Xu
Oakland citation graph
Hilarie Orman
Healthcare Data Hemorrhages: Inadvertent Disclosure and HITECH
M. Eric Johnson
Ensuring Security of the Future Internet-based Virtualization Infrastructures
Syed Naqvi
Webseclab : Web Application Hacker testbed
Elie Bursztein, Baptiste Gourdin, Celine Fabry, John C. Mitchell (Stanford University)
VOIP Phishing (upcoming paper in IEEE TSP 2010)
Federico Maggi
Towards a Formal Foundation of Web Security (upcoming CSF 2010 paper)
Devdatta Akhawe, Adam Barth, Peifung Eric Lam, John Mitchell, Dawn Song
A Lightweight Approach to Enforcing Security Policies for JavaScript (based on two published papers, including AsiaCCS 09)
Phu H. Phung and David Sands
AdJail: Practical Enforcement of Confidentiality and Integrity Policies on Web Advertisements (to appear USENIX Security 2010)
Mike Ter Louw, Karthik Thotta Ganesh, V.N. Venkatakrishnan
Call for Short Talks

A continuing feature of the symposium is a session of 5-minute talks where attendees can present preliminary research results or summaries of emerging topics to the Oakland community. Abstracts for 5-minute talks must fit on one US letter page, including the title and all author names and affiliations. Submit abstracts prior to the conference by emailing the chair: Angelos Stavrou (

Short talk abstracts are due on Saturday, 1 May (11:59pm PDT). In case there is room after this initial selection, we may also consider short talks abstract sumbitted after this deadline, up until the end of the first day of the conference (Monday, 17 May). The short talks session will be held Tuesday (18 May) 4:30-5:30 on Tuesday, and time limits will be strictly enforced.

Submission Deadline: 1 May 2010 (11:59pm PDT)
Notification: 8 May 2010
Submission Address:
Submission Subject Line: Oakland Short Talk