The 5th European Workshop on Usable Security
June 15, 2020 September 7, 2020 - Genova, Italy Online

We wholeheartedly invite you to participate in the 5th European Workshop on Usable Security (EuroUSEC) that will take place online on September 7th via Zoom. The EuroUSEC workshop is a forum for research and discussion in the area of human-centered security and privacy.

Program (September 7th, 2020)

The program will feature 18 paper presentations accepted to EuroUSEC 2020 (out of 44 unique submissions), in addition to a participatory activity in small groups. This combination supports the workshop's spirit of having meaningful, forward-looking discussions among workshop attendees. The program will be a single-track. To best balance authors' schedules from around the world, we have chosen to start at 14:30 CEST (Central European Summer Time). This start time corresponds to 13:30 BST (British Summer Time), 17:30 PKT (Pakistan Standard Time), 8:30am EDT (US Eastern), 7:30am CDT (US Central), and 5:30am PDT (US Pacific). As much as possible, we have intentionally scheduled presentations from European authors earlier in the workshop and presentations from North American authors later. Note that the workshop is being held on Labor Day in the US, which is an unfortunate consequence of all EuroS&P events being shifted from the dates we originally chose.


The website notes that there is a three-step process to register for the workshop:

  1. You will need to register officially through (the IEEE EuroS&P registration page), granting attendee access EuroS&P and all co-located workshops. At least one author per workshop paper must register as a "workshop author" at the higher fee of 189 €. All additional authors and attendees can register as virtual attendees for 61 €.
  2. Because the registration form for EuroS&P does not collect which workshop someone plans to attend or other information we need to run a smooth workshop, and please fill out our informal registration survey, too:
  3. Upon completing that survey, you will be given a registration link for our workshop's Slack instance, where much of the discussion will take place before and during the workshop.

We're looking forward to seeing many of you virtually on September 7, 2020!

Thanks a lot!

Also, please feel free to join the EuroUSEC Slack: