I’m at SHB 2009, which brings security engineers together with psychologists, behavioral economists and others interested in deception, fraud, fearmongering, risk perception and how we make security systems more usable. Here is the agenda.
This workshop was first held last year, and most of us who attended reckoned it was the most exciting event we’d been to in some while. (I blogged SHB 2008 here.) In followups that will appear as comments to this post, I’ll be liveblogging SHB 2009.