Dutch Cyber Security Research Paper Award (2022-2023)


On May 23, 2023, at the INTERSCT.2023 Conference in The Hague, the Dutch Cyber Security Research Paper Award 2023 award ceremony took place. Chairs of the award were
Luca Allodi Marc Stevens and Francesco Regazzoni.

 In the Technical Track the DCSRP Award 2023 was won by Hany Ragab Enrico Barberis Herbert Bos Cristiano Giuffrida Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU Amsterdam). In the Multidisciplinary Track the DCSRP Award 2023 was won by Michael Veale (UCL) and Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius (Radboud University).

Of course, all compliments to the runners-up and nominated papers too!

Technical Track jury:
Roberto Avanzi, ARM Germany, Germany
Aurélien Francillon, EURECOM, France
Stefano Zanero, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Winner: Rage Against the Machine Clear: A Systematic Analysis of
Machine Clears and Their Implications for Transient Execution Attacks.
Authors: Hany Ragab (VUSec) Enrico Barberis (VUSec), Herbert Bos (VUSec), Cristiano Giuffrida (VUSec).


DeepCASE: Semi-Supervised Contextual Analysis of Security Events.
Authors: Thijs van Ede (Utwente), Hojjat Aghakhani (University of California), Noah Spahn (University of California), Riccardo Mortolameotti ReaQta), Marco Cova (VMware, Inc.), Andrea Continella (Utwente), Maarten van Steen (Utwente), Andreas Peter (Utwente), Christopher Kruegel (University of California), Giovanni Vigna (University of California).

BipBip: A Low-Latency Tweakable Block Cipher with Small Dimensions.
Authors: Yanis Belkheyar (Radboud), Joan Daemen (Radboud), Christoph Dobraunig (Intel Labs),
Santosh Ghosh (Intel Labs) and Shahram Rasoolzadeh (Radboud)


Multidisciplinary Track jury:
Nicolas Christin, Carnegie Mellon University
Serge Egelman, ICSI – University of California, Berkeley
Tyler Moore, University of Tulsa

Title: Adtech and Real-Time Bidding under European Data Protection Law
Authors: Michael Veale (UCL), Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius (Radboud)

Also again all compliments to the runners-up and nominated papers! 


No One Drinks From the Firehose: How Organizations Filter and Prioritize Vulnerability Information
Authors: Stephanie de Smale (TU Delft), Rik van Dijk (NCSC), Xander Bouwman (TU Delft), Jeroen van der Ham (NCSC), Michel van Eeten (TU Delft).

Security at the End of the Tunnel: The Anatomy of VPN Mental Models Among Experts and Non-Experts in a Corporate Context
Authors: Veroniek Binkhorst (TU Delft), Tobias Fiebig (Max Planck) Katharina Krombholz (CISPA Helmholtz Center), Wolter Pieters (Radboud), Katsiaryna Labunets (Utrecht University).