WEIS 2008

June 25-28, 2008
The Center for Digital Strategies
Tuck School of Business
at Dartmouth College

Hanover, NH (USA)


Please note that all presentation sessions will be held in the Spanos Auditorium, Room 100, at Dartmouth College.

Wednesday, June 25

5:30-8:00pm Registration, Conway Foyer (Byrne Hall)

6:30-8:00pm Welcome Reception, Stell Hall

8:00-11:00pm Birds of a Feather Networking and Discussion Opportunity, locations TBA

Thursday, June 26

7:00am-12:00pm Registration, Great Hall

7:00-8:15am Breakfast, PepsiCo Dining Hall (Byrne Hall)

8:00-8:15am Welcome, PepsiCo Dining Hall (Byrne Hall)

    Conference Welcome and Overview
    M. Eric Johnson, Conference Chair, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth

    Welcome to Tuck and Dartmouth
    Paul Danos, Dean, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth

8:30-10:00am Research Presentations, Spanos Auditorium

    Cyber Policy and Regulation - Catherine Tucker (MIT), Session Chair

    Nonbanks and Risk in Retail Payments
    Stuart Weiner, Federal Reserve Bank-Kansas City
    Richard Sullivan*, Federal Reserve Bank-Kansas City
    Simonetta Rosati, European Central Bank

    Do Data Breach Disclosure Laws Reduce Identity Theft?
    Sasha Romanosky*, Carnegie Mellon University
    Rahul Telang, Carnegie Mellon University
    Alessandro Acquisti, Carnegie Mellon University

    Security Economics and European Policy
    Ross Anderson, University of Cambridge
    Rainer Boehme, Dresden University of Technology
    Richard Clayton, University of Cambridge
    Tyler Moore*, University of Cambridge

10:00-10:30am Coffee Break

10:30am-12:00pm Panel, Spanos Auditorium

12:00-1:20pm Lunch and Panel, PepsiCo Dining Hall (Byrne Hall)

    CISO Panel

    CISO Perspective – Evaluating and Communicating Information Risk
    Russ Pierce, Chief Security Architect, CVS Caremark
    Phil Venables, Managing Director and Chief Information Risk Officer,
      Goldman Sachs
    Kavitha Venkita, Practice Manager, IT Practice, Corporate Executive Board
    Eric Johnson, Dartmouth College (moderator)

1:30-3:20pm Research Presentations, Spanos Auditorium

3:20-3:45pm Coffee Break

3:45-5:25pm Research Presentations, Spanos Auditorium

5:30pm Group Photo, Tuck Steps

5:45pm Buses depart for dinner

6:30pm Dinner at Simon Pearce Restaurant in Quechee, Vermont

Friday, June 27

7:30am-12:00pm Registration, Great Hall

7:00-8:15am Breakfast, PepsiCo Dining Hall (Byrne Hall)

8:00-8:15am Welcome, PepsiCo Dining Hall (Byrne Hall)

    Security Perspectives
    George Cybenko, Dorothy and Walter Gramm Professor of Engineering at

8:30-10:10am Research Presentations, Spanos Auditorium

10:10-10:30am Coffee Break

10:30am-12:00pm Panel, Spanos Auditorium

    Cybercrime Panel

    Investigating and Prosecuting Cybercrime
    Kathryn Warma, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Washington
    Jim Burrell, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Boston, FBI
    Lucy H. Carrillo, Assistant Attorney General, New Hampshire Criminal
      Justice Bureau
    William Cantwell, New Hampshire State Police
    Eric Goetz, I3P (moderator)

12:00-1:15pm Lunch, PepsiCo Dining Hall (Byrne Hall)

    End-to-End Trust
    Bret Arsenault, Chief Security Advisor, Microsoft

1:30-2:30pm Research Presentations, Spanos Auditorium

2:30-3:00pm Coffee Break

3:00-4:30pm Research Presentations, Spanos Auditorium

4:45-6:00pm Rump Session, Whittemore Tent

    Angela Sasse and Adam Beautement, University College London
    Forrest Hare, George Mason University
    Se-Hak Chun, Seoul National University of Technology

    And more to come!

6:00pm Dinner

Saturday, June 28

8:00-9:30am Breakfast, Hanover Inn, Hanover, New Hampshire

    Security Research at I3P/ISTS
    Charles Palmer,  Research Director I3P, Dartmouth
    David Kotz,  Professor, Dartmouth

9:30am Transportation departs for optional hike or walking tour of Woodstock

9:30-4:00pm Day Trip

Hiking - Mount Cardigan (3121ft) 3.3 miles, 2.5 hours - Lead by Prof. David Kotz, Dartmouth

This moderate hike is rewarding, with good views above tree line.  At 3.3 mile for the round trip, the hike is moderately steep but can be hiked in common athletic shoes.


Strolling – Woodstock, VT
Enjoy a stroll through the historic New England village.  With many shops and restaurants, there are plenty of opportunities to linger over a cup of tea or coffee. 


For the more adventuresome, hike Mt Tom – a 30 minute hike from downtown Woodstock on a well maintained trail:


3:00pm Transportation returns to the Hanover Inn, Hanover, New Hampshire

End of Workshop

Center for Digital Strategies at the Tuck School of Business