Agenda


Please note that the times are subject to change.

Monday, June 20

Welcome reception 5-7pm

Tuesday, June 21 

8:45-9:00am Opening remarks: Tyler Moore, Laura Brandimarte, Sadia Afroz

Session 1: Data Privacy Market 9:00-10:30am

  • Exploring the role of data enclosure in the digital political economy. Brenden Kuerbis (Georgia Institute of Technology), Milton Mueller (Georgia Institute of Technology)
  • Impact of App Privacy Label Disclosure on Demand: An Empirical Analysis. Rahul Telang (Carnegie Mellon University), Rajiv Garg (Emory University)
  • Information Frictions and Heterogeneity in Valuations of Personal Data. Avinash Collis (University of Texas at Austin), Alex Moehring (MIT), Ananya Sen (Carnegie Mellon University), Alessandro Acquisti (Carnegie Mellon University)

Break 10:30-11:00am 

Session 2: Cyber Incidents I 11:00-12:30pm

  • Contagion or competitive effects?: Lenders’ response to peer firm cyberattacks. Amy Sheneman (The Ohio State University)
  • Empirically Evaluating the Effect of Cybersecurity Precautions on Incidents in Israeli Enterprises. Neil Gandal (Tel Aviv University and CEPR), Tyler Moore (University of Tulsa), Michael Riordan (Columbia University), Noa Barnir (Tel Aviv University)
  • No research, no risk? An empirical study of determinants of information leakage attacks. Oleh Stupak (University of Oxford, Oxford Internet Institute)

Lunch Break 12:30-1:45pm 

Session 3: Panel 1:45-2:45pm

  • The present and future state of cyber-insurance: research and practice, featuring Scott Stransky, Managing Director, Head of the Cyber Risk Analytics Center at Marsh McLennan, Erin Kenneally, Global Director, Cyber Insurance at SentinelOne, and Jeremy Turner, Q6 Cyber.

Break 2:45-3:15pm

Session 4: Cyber-incidents II 3.15-5.15pm

  • Reducing Attack Surface by Learning Adversarial Bag of Tricks. William Casey (USNA), J Goohs (US Navy)
  • Efficient Collective Action for Tackling Time-Critical Cybersecurity Threats. Sébastien Gillard (Department of Defense Economics, Military Academy at ETH Zurich), Dimitri Percia David (Information Science Institute, University of Geneva), Alain Mermoud (Cyber-Defence Campus, armasuisse Science and Technology), Thomas Maillart (Information Science Institute, University of Geneva)
  • Prior Fraud Exposure and Precautionary Credit Market Behavior. Ying Lei Toh (Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City), Nathan Blascak (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia)
  • Treating the Symptoms or the Cause? Talent Acquisition in Response to Data Breaches. Sarah Bana (Stanford), Erik Brynjolfsson (Stanford), Wang Jin (MIT), Sebastian Steffen (MIT), Xiupeng Wang (Skidmore)

Conference Dinner, 7pm

Wednesday, June 22

Session 5: Cryptocurrencies 9-10:30am

  • Extracting Godl [sic] from the Salt Mines: Ethereum Miners Extracting Value. Julien Piet (UC Berkeley), Jaiden Fairoze (UC Berkeley), Nicholas Weaver (UC Berkeley and ICSI)
  • Breaking the Stablecoin Buck: Measuring the Impact of Security Breach and Liquidation Shocks. Andrew Morin (The University of Tulsa), Tyler Moore (The University of Tulsa), Eric Olson (The University of Tulsa)
  • Pricing Security in Proof-of-Work Systems. George Bissias (University of Massachusetts Amherst), Rainer Böhme (University of Innsbruck), David Thibodeau (University of Massachusetts Amherst), Brian Neil Levine (University of Massachusetts Amherst)

Break 10:30-11am

Session 6: Cybercrime market 11am-12.30pm

  • Characterising 0-Day Exploit Brokers. Daniel W Woods (University of Innsbruck), Matthias Dellago (University of Innsbruck), Andrew Simpson (University of Oxford)
  • Modelling Ransomware Attacks using POMDPs. Henry Skeoch (University College London)
  • A “sophisticated attack”? Innovation, technical sophistication, and creativity in the cybercrime ecosystem. Richard Clayton (University of Cambridge), Ben Collier (University of Edinburgh)

Lunch Break 12:30-2pm

Session 7 Rump Session 2-3:30pm

All attendees are invited to give a brief presentation (max 5 minutes including Q&A) on late-breaking research or make an announcement (max 2 minutes). Sign up here to reserve your spot. PhD students are especially encouraged to present their works in progress.