Oxford's CS at the flagship security conferences: accepted papers at ACM CCS’16 and IEEE S&P’16
Posted: 24th August 2016
This year we are proud to have papers accepted at top security conferences:
'Using Reflexive Eye Movements For Fast Challenge-Response Authentication' has been accepted for publication at the ACM Conference of Communication and Systems Security (ACM CCS’16) - this year 831 papers have been submitted of which 137 were accepted (16% acceptance rate). The paper which analyses rapid eye movements as biometrics for fast user authentication has been co-authored by Oxford’s Ivo Sluganovic, Marc Roeschlin, Kasper B. Rasmussen, and Ivan Martinovic
'White Rabbit in Mobile: Effect of Unsecured Clock Source in Smartphones' has also been accepted at 6th Annual ACM CCS 2016 Workshop on Security and Privacy in Smartphones and Mobile Devices (SPSM). The paper was authored by Shinjo Park (TU Berlin), Altaf Shaik (TU Berlin), Ravishankar Borgaonkar (University of Oxford), and Jean-Pierre Seifert (Telekom Innovation Laboratories & TU Berlin.)
'Automated Analysis of TLS 1.3: 0-RTT, Resumption and Delayed Authentication' has been accepted for publication at the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (IEEE S&P 2016, acceptance rate 13%). The paper, which has impacted the ongoing development of the TLS 1.3 protocol, was authored by Cas Cremers, Marko Horv, along with Sam Scott, and Thyla van der Merwe from Royal Holloway, University of London.