Join us at Stanford University
, California, on September 11th, 2009
, for the First Workshop on Social Network Security (SocialNetSec'09
The workshop brings together researchers and industry players to discuss
key issues relating to the security and privacy of social networks.
The talks will present a wide range of research
challenges facing the social networks industry.
Sep. 11, 2009
Clark Center Auditorium (Bio-X)
Here are the latest news about the conference organization:
The location and starting time of the workshop have changed to the
Clark center auditorium to accomodate a larger audience. Please update your planning.
|Gerome Miklau from University of Massachusetts Amherst will give a talk about Analyzing Private Network Data using Output Perturbation.
|Kevin Bingham from DoD/Office of the secretary of defense will give a talk about DoD and Social Networking - Status and activities.
|Kun Liu from Yahoo will give a talk about privacy-preserving social-network analysis with a focus on privacy risks computations for social-networking users.
|Arvind Narayanan from Stanford Security Lab will give a talk about
Privacy by Design in Social Networks: Pitfalls and Challenges.
|Palash Nandy from YouTube will give a talk about Gaming Reputation For Fame and Profit.
|Sam Altman and Nick Sivo from Loopt will give a talk about Security, Privacy, and Location.
|Tao Stein from Facebook will give the keynote about Protecting Facebook's users and their interactions.
The workshop is organized by the Stanford Computer Security Lab
- Elie Bursztein, Stanford University
- Dan Boneh, Stanford University
- John Mitchell, Stanford University
The workshop is supported by the NSF PORTIA project.