Cybersecurity topics are growingly recognized as a societal issue of global importance. As such, tackling salient challenges in this domain requires multidisciplinary and sociotechnical approaches that take into account not just the technology but the larger social, economic, regulatory, and political context within which the technology is embedded. To that end, a growing body of interdisciplinary research on security and privacy focuses on investigating the practices of the humans-in-the-loop, drawing upon fields such as
It is well-established that security and
To address this issue, Sameer Patil from IU's School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering (SICE) brings together security and privacy researchers across Europe for a two-day brainstorming workshop on July 5-6 at the IU Europe Gateway.
The goals of the workshop discussions will be to identify prominent cultural gaps in the security and privacy literature and develop strategies and engagements that enable designing and conducting simultaneous security and privacy studies in multiple countries in addition to the US.