SysSec research paper receives award at ISC 2011

08 November 2011

At the  14th Information Security Conference (ISC 2011) a SysSec sponsored paper by Georgios Kontaxis, Michalis Polychronakis and Evangelos Markatos received the "Best Student Paper Award". The paper, entitled "SudoWeb: Minimizing Information Disclosure to Third Parties in Single Sign-On Platform ", presents a framework which enables users to disclose the minimum possible amount of personal information during their browsing experience on third-party Web sites.

Essentially, the SudoWeb framework allows users to conveniently use social-network based single sign-on mechanisms, without sacrificing their privacy. In addition to the full text of the paper (link above) and the associated source code , the presentation slides for the paper are also available: Icon sudoweb-isc11-slides.pdf (697.7 KB)