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The workshop will take place on October 8th 2021. All times are according to the CEST time.

14:00 - 14:15 Welcome by the Chairs
14:15 - 15:45 Session 1: Web and apps
Who watches the Birdwatchers? Sociotechnical vulnerabilities in Twitter's content contextualisation
Garfield Benjamin
Provenance Navigator: Towards More Usable Privacy & Data Management Strategies For Smart Apps
Sandeep Gupta, Matteo Camilli and Maria Papaioannou
Bringing Crypto Knowledge to School: Examining and Improving Junior High School Students' Security Assumptions About Encrypted Chat Apps
Leonie Schaewitz, Cedric A. Lohmann, Konstantin Fischer and M. Angela Sasse
16:00 - 17:30 Session 2: Context and modelling
Can Security be Decentralised? The Case of the PGP Web of Trust
Ashwin Mathew
"I'm Doing the Best I Can." — Understanding Older Adults' Account Management Strategies
Melvin Abraham, Michael Crabb and Sasa Radomirovic
Found in Translation: Co-design for Security Modelling
Albese Demjaha, David Pym and Tristan Caulfield
17:45 - 19:25 Session 3: From the present to the future
Positioning Diplomacy within a Strategic Response to the Cyber Conflict Threat
Karen Renaud, Amel Attatfa and Tony Craig
SOK: Evaluating Privacy and Security Vulnerabilities of Patients' Data in Healthcare
Faiza Tazi, Josiah Dykstra, Prashanth Rajivan and Sanchari Das
Work in Progress: Can Johnny Encrypt E-Mails on Smartphones?
Katharina Schiller and Florian Adamsky
Position Paper: Towards Detection of AI-Generated Texts and Misinformation
Ahmad Najee-Ullah, Luis Landeros, Yaroslav Balytskyi and Sang-Yoon Chang
19:25 - 20:00 Closing
What's in store for the next 10 years of STAST?
STAST2021 organizers
Best paper award ceremony and STAST2022
STAST2021 organizers