Following on from our workshop, we feel it important to get as many people interested in the design of interactive secure systems together in one place. We’ll never get everyone in one place, but many interested stakeholders attend the annual CHI conference.
For this reason, we will be running a Designing Interactive Secure Systems Special Interest Group at CHI 2013.
To find out more, visit http://disecs.org.
A selection of snaps from the workshop have been now been uploaded to Flickr. You can view these here.
Thanks for everyone who took part in DISS 2012 yesterday. We’ve started uploading the slides from the presentations (including Angela Sasse’s keynote); these can be found on the Programme page.
More content coming soon…
We’ve decided to base our pre-DISS 2012 social event in the vicinity of the university, as this is where most people appear to be staying.
We’ll be meeting up at The Soak on Bristol Road from 6pm onwards. We will then be heading across the road to the Dilshad where we have a table booked from 8.30pm. If you’d like to come along then it’s not too late to add yourself to the Doodle poll; we’ll be confirming final numbers with the restaurant on Monday afternoon.
If you’re coming up from the town centre then Selly Oak is just a few minutes train ride out of New Street. Both The Soak and Dilshad are then a few more minutes walk from the train station.
We’ve received a few requests about how to register for the DISS workshop.
Workshop registration is organised by the BCS HCI conference organisers, but you can find a link to the registration page here.
As you may be aware, we plan to organise a social event on the night before the workshop to allow everyone to meet each other informally. To help us with our planning, it would be useful to know how many people to expect and where the most appropriate place to meet up might be.
If you plan to attend this social event, please add your name to the Doodle poll.
The list of accepted papers for DISS 2012 is now online.
Coming soon: more details about the programme itself, including our keynote talk and a panel on “Whither Interactive Secure System Design”.