Benjamin Reinheimer M.Sc.

Doctoral Researcher

Technische Universität Darmstadt
Department of Computer Science
Building S4|14
Mornewegstr. 30
D-64293 Darmstadt
Germany

Room: 3.1.19
Tel: +49(0)6151/16-20810
Fax: +49(0)6151/16-23202
Email: benjamin.reinheimer(a-t)secuso.org

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Curriculum Vitae

Benjamin Reinheimer is a doctoral researcher in the SECUSO Research Group of Prof. Dr. Melanie Volkamer at CRISP (former CASED) /TU Darmstadt since May 2017. His research is supervised by Prof. Dr. Melanie Volkamer and focuses on privacy in smart home environments. In the past he finished his Business Psychology Bachelor program at the University of Applied Science Fresenius and graduated from the Technische Universität Darmstadt with a Master's degree in Psychology. His thesis on the evaluation and further development of the TORPEDO thunderbird Add-On was supervised by Prof. Dr. Melanie Volkamer.

Currently, he is involved in the EU project GHOST which aims to develop an user-centered solution for controlling privacy in smart home environments.

Research Interests

  • User oriented communication of security and privacy issues
  • Human-computer-interaction in general
  • Usable security and privacy
  • Security education

Publications

Design and Field Evaluation of PassSec: Raising and Sustaining Web Surfer Risk Awareness

Author Melanie Volkamer, Karen Renaud, Kristoffer Braun, Gamze Canova, Benjamin Reinheimer
Date August 2015
Kind Inproceedings
Editor Mauro Conti, Matthias Schunter, Ioannis Askoxylakis
PublisherSpringer
Book titleInternational Conference on Trust and Trustworthy Computing (TRUST)
SeriesTrust and Trustworthy Computing
Pages104-121
LocationHeraklion, Crete, Greece
ISBN978-3-319-22845-7
DOI10.1007/978-3-319-22846-4_7
KeyTUD-CS-2015-0121
Research Areas CASED, Security, Usability and Society, Theoretische Informatik - Kryptographie und Computeralgebra, SECUSO - Security, Usability and Society, Secure Data, CYSEC
Abstract This paper presents PassSec, a Firefox Add-on that raises user awareness about safe and unsafe password entry while they surf the web. PassSec comprises a two-stage approach: highlighting as the web page loads, then bringing up a just-in-time helpful dialog when the user demonstrates an intention to enter a password on an unsafe web page. PassSec was developed using a human-centered design approach. We performed a field study with 31 participants that showed that PassSec significantly reduces the number of logins on websites where password entry is unsafe. The final publication is available at link.springer.com
Website https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-319-22846-4_7
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Talks

Sharing Information with Web Services–A Mental Model Approach in the Context of Optional Information.
In: International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCII) - Vancouver.
July 2017.

Phishing und andere betrügersiche Nachrichten
In: Safer Internet Day - Polizeipräsidium Südhessen - Darmstadt
7th
February 2017

Teaching Phishing-Security: Which Way is Best?
In: 31st International Conference on ICT Systems Security and Privacy Protection (IFIP SEC) - Ghent.
May 2016.

Encouraging Privacy-Aware Smartphone App Installation: What Would the Technically-Adept Do
In: NDSS Usable Security Workshop (USEC) -  San Diego.
February 2016.

NoPhish App Evaluation: Lab and Retention Study
In: NDSS Usable Security Workshop (USEC) - San Diego.
February 2015.

Training

Cybercrime - Praktische Tipps zum Schutz im Internet
Phishing Detection Training with NoPhish Material at Volkshochschule Darmstadt.
September 2016.

NoPhish Inhouse Workshop
Workshop on Phishing Detection at Polizeipräsidium Südhessen.
May 2016.

Cybercrime - Praktische Tipps zum Schutz im Internet 
Phishing Detection Training with NoPhish Material at Volkshochschule Darmstadt.
November 2015.

Research Activities

Summer School Participation: IPICS academic summer school (July 4-15, 2016) hosted by the Computer Security and Industrial Cryptography research group (COSIC) at KU Leuven, Belgium.

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