* A special thank you to Professor L. Jean Camp, School of Informatics & Computing, Indiana University, USA for agreeing to be our original keynote but who could not make it for personal reasons. We look forward to having her keynote at a future workshop.
Biography: Professor L. Jean Camp is a founder of the interdiscipline of economics of security. Her core contributions are in area of the social and economic implications of technologies of security and privacy. She is a leader in the investigation of the insider threat in the networked realm. Prof. Camp began her graduate studies in electrical engineering in North Carolina before moving to the Department of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon to complete her PhD in Engineering and Public Policy. Upon graduation she became a Senior Member of the Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories. She left Sandia National Laboratories for eight years as a professor at Harvard's Kennedy School, departing to lead the security group in the newly-formed School of Informatics at Indiana University. Professor Camp is the author of “Trust and Risk in Internet Commerce” (MIT Press), “Economics of Identity Theft” (Springer) and the editor of “Economics of Information Security” (Kluwer Academic). She has authored over one additional hundred works, including ninety peer-reviewed works and two dozen book chapters. She has made scores of invited presentations on five continents. Her patents are in the area of privacy-enhancing technologies. Her professional service has included terms on the Board of Directors of Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility, the Board of Governors of the IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology, Alumni Board for Carnegie Mellon, Senior Member of the IEEE, and longstanding member of the USACM. See http://www.ljean.com/cv.html for more detailed information.