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New paper available online – Privacy by designers: software developers’ privacy mindset

A new paper is now available online by Empirical Software Engineering: “Privacy by designers: software developers’ privacy mindset“. The paper was led by Irit Hadar, and co-authored by Tomer Hasson,…

New published paper: Analyzing and Optimizing Access Control Choice Architectures in Online Social Networks

ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology (TIST) had just published our paper, “Analyzing and Optimizing Access Control Choice Architectures in Online Social Networks“, with Rony Hirschprung, Hadas…

New paper accepted for publication

We are all very happy to announce that our multi-authored paper: “Privacy by Designers: Software Developers’ Privacy Mindset” was accepted to Empirical Software Engineering. The paper, a collaborative work led…

Privacy by Design Workshop: Can Engineers and Organizations do it?

All are invited to our 3-day ​privacy-by-design ​workshop​, in Israel between April ​25th and April 27​. The workshop, sponsored by the Israel National Fund​​, will include three days, each…

Congratulations to Lena for successfully defending her Master’s Thesis

We are very happy to announce that Yelena (Lena) Petrykina had successfully defended her Master’s thesis, “Incentivizing Users to Follow Information Security Practices”.  Lena had developed a personal…

The group in CSCW

We are presenting couple of things at the upcoming 20th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW 2017), held this year in Portland, Oregon, USA. Eran…

Congratulations to Netta Reger

Congratulations to Netta Reger, who had successfully defended her thesis “Protecting Privacy in Personalized Genomic Databases”. Netta’s thesis was co-advised by Eran and by Noam Shomron from the Sackler…