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  • Where is the Digital Divide? Examining the Impact of Socioeconomics on Security and Privacy Outcomes 

    Redmiles, Elissa M.; Kross, Sean; Mazurek, Michelle L. (2016-11-03)
    The behavior of the least-secure user can influence security and privacy outcomes for everyone else. Thus, it is important to understand the factors that influence these outcomes across a broad variety of people. Prior ...
  • SMILE: Simulator for Maryland Imitation Learning Environment 

    Huang, Di-Wei; Katz, Garrett E.; Gentili, Rodolphe J.; Reggia, James A. (2016-05-19)
    As robot imitation learning is beginning to replace conventional hand-coded approaches in programming robot behaviors, much work is focusing on learning from the actions of demonstrators. We hypothesize that in many ...
  • I Think They're Trying To Tell Me Something: Advice Sources and Selection for Digital Security 

    Redmiles, Elissa M.; Malone, Amelia; Mazurek, Michelle L. (2015-11-30)
    Users receive a multitude of digital- and physical-security advice every day. Indeed, if we implemented all the security advice we received, we would never leave our houses or use the Internet. Instead, users selectively ...
  • Cybersecurity - What's Language got to do with it? 

    Klavans, Judith L. (2015-09-18)
    A new opportunity to explore and leverage the power of computational linguistic methods and analysis in ensuring effective Cybersecurity is presented. This White Paper discusses some of the specific emerging research ...
  • Democratizing Facial Recognition with Google Glass 

    Krach, Jeremy (2015-09-14)
    Lightweight and camera-equipped wearable devices such as Android-backed Google Glass— with their potential for wide-spread and mobile data capture—have piqued the imagination of technologists and privacy advocates alike. ...

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