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Incentives, Insurance and Root Cause

by adam on December 2, 2016

Over the decade or so since The New School book came out, there’s been a sea change in how we talk about breaches, and how we talk about those who got breached. We agree that understanding what’s going wrong should (…)

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Etsy’s Threat Modeling

by adam on July 10, 2014

Gabrielle Gianelli has pulled back the curtain on how Etsy threat modeled a new marketing campaign. (“Threat Modeling for Marketing Campaigns.”) I’m really happy to see this post, and the approach that they’ve taken: First, we wanted to make our (…)

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Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS)

by adam on January 8, 2014

The 13th annual Workshop on the Economic of Information Security will be held at Penn State June 23-24, and the call for papers is now open. I’m on the program committee this year, and am looking forward to great submissions.

Workshop on the Economics of Information Security

by adam on May 24, 2013

The next Workshop on the Economics of Information Security will be held June 11-12 at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. Many of the papers look fascinating, including “On the Viability of Using Liability to Incentivise Internet Security”, “A Behavioral Investigation of (…)

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