The Security and Privacy Reading Group is for those who want to read recent papers in security and privacy. The group usually meets once per week. Our goal is to understand the state-of-the-art in digital security and privacy. Papers can include the latest conference papers and influential papers. We’ll maintain a broad definition of security to encourage diversity of ideas and cross-talk between disciplines.
The group will be reading “You Autocomplete Me: Poisoning Vulnerabilities in Neural Code Completion” by Schuster et al. from Usenix ’21 (distinguished paper award).
Click here to access the slides, paper, and a recorded talk.
Please contact Ryan Amos at for further information and to receive the Zoom link for the meetings.