Welcome to the website of the Information Security and Privacy (ISP) Lab at UNIL-HEC Lausanne! The lab is headed by Prof. Kévin Huguenin. The current research interest of the lab is in security and privacy in mobile (social) networks, with a special emphasis on the human and social aspects. We are particularly interested in interdisciplinary research projects on privacy, at the frontier between computer science and social sciences (incl. law, economics and sociology) and/or medicine (mHealth, genomics, medical databases). The current activities focus mainly on the exploration of the privacy / utility trade-off in location-based and activity-based online social networks.
- 2018/04: Our paper on privacy-preserving carpooling has been accepted to the ACM Conference on Security and Privacy in Wireless and Mobile Networks (WiSec). Congratulations Ulrich!
- 2018/03: Our paper on the incentives for security information sharing has been accepted to the Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS). Congratulations Alain!
- 2017/11: Our paper on consensual and privacy-preserving sharing of multi-subject personal data has been accepted to the Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS). Congratulations Alexandra!
- 2017/09: Benjamin Trubert will start a PhD in the lab in early 2018. Welcome Benjamin!
- 2017/08: Our paper on the utility implications of privacy protection mechanisms in location check-ins has been accepted to IEEE Trans. on Mobile Computing!
- 2017/05: Our paper on private, yet accountable, ride-hailing has been accepted to the USENIX Security Symposium. Congratulations Anh! (Press coverage: EPFL, HEC Lausanne, Wired, …)
- 2017/03: Our paper on automatic runtime-permissions for Android has been accepted to the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (S&P). Congratulations Kasia!
- 2016/11: The Information Security and Privacy Lab is born; Prof. Kévin Huguenin joined the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Lausanne (HEC Lausanne)! [link]