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Human Aspects of Information Security, Privacy and Trust

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 The Design of Messages to Improve Cybersecurity Incident Reporting
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    Chapter 2 Overcoming Fear of the Threat Model
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    Chapter 3 “No Good Reason to Remove Features”
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    Chapter 4 Mobile Online Proficiency and Mobile Internet Use - Findings from Finland
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    Chapter 5 Usability in Solutions of Secure Email – A Tools Review
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    Chapter 6 A User-Centered Model for Usable Security and Privacy
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    Chapter 7 Information Security, Privacy, and Trust in Social Robotic Assistants for Older Adults
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    Chapter 8 Android App Permission and Users’ Adoption: A Case Study of Mental Health Application
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    Chapter 9 “If It’s Urgent or It Is Stopping Me from Doing Something, Then I Might Just Go Straight at It”: A Study into Home Data Security Decisions
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    Chapter 10 Assessing the Impact of Affective Feedback on End-User Security Awareness
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    Chapter 11 A Generic Cognitive Dimensions Questionnaire to Evaluate the Usability of Security APIs
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    Chapter 12 Managing User Experience: Usability and Security in a New Era of Software Supremacy
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    Chapter 13 PSV (Password Security Visualizer): From Password Checking to User Education
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    Chapter 14 Dear Password, I Know You Too Well
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    Chapter 15 Keystroke Inference Using Smartphone Kinematics
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    Chapter 16 Live Gaze-Based Authentication and Gaming System
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    Chapter 17 When Eye-Tracking Meets Cognitive Modeling: Applications to Cyber Security Systems
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    Chapter 18 “If It Wasn’t Secure, They Would Not Use It in the Movies” – Security Perceptions and User Acceptance of Authentication Technologies
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    Chapter 19 Identifying Changes in the Cybersecurity Threat Landscape Using the LDA-Web Topic Modelling Data Search Engine
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    Chapter 20 Secure Peripherals in a Converged Mobile Environment
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    Chapter 21 System Dynamics Approach to Malicious Insider Cyber-Threat Modelling and Analysis
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    Chapter 22 Developing Usable Interface for Internet of Things (IoT) Security Analysis Software
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    Chapter 23 Visualization Technologies of Information Security Support System Using Haptic Devices
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    Chapter 24 Formal Modeling and Analysis with Humans in Infrastructures for IoT Health Care Systems
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    Chapter 25 Sharing or Non-sharing Credentials: A Study of What Motivates People to Be Malicious Insiders
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    Chapter 26 An Assessment of the Security and Transparency Procedural Components of the Estonian Internet Voting System
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    Chapter 27 Application of Work Domain Analysis for Cybersecurity
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    Chapter 28 Using Human Factor Approaches to an Organisation’s Bring Your Own Device Scheme
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    Chapter 29 A Case Study: Heartbleed Vulnerability Management and Swedish Municipalities
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    Chapter 30 Usable Security Management for Network Access Rules of Critical Infrastructure
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    Chapter 31 Are the Current System Engineering Practices Sufficient to Meet Cyber Crime?
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    Chapter 32 Walking the Line: The Everyday Security Ties that Bind
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    Chapter 33 Radicalization, the Internet and Cybersecurity: Opportunities and Challenges for HCI
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    Chapter 34 Its Not All About the Money: Self-efficacy and Motivation in Defensive and Offensive Cyber Security Professionals
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    Chapter 35 Behavioural Profiling in Cyber-Social Systems
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    Chapter 36 The Impact of Changing Technology on International Cybersecurity Curricula
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    Chapter 37 Towards a Conceptualisation of Cloud (Cyber) Crime
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    Chapter 38 How Might Crime-Scripts Be Used to Support the Understanding and Policing of Cloud Crime?
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    Chapter 39 Modelling Trust and Trust-Building Among IT-Security Professionals
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    Chapter 40 Law Infringements in Social Live Streaming Services
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    Chapter 41 Privacy Decision-Making in the Digital Era: A Game Theoretic Review
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    Chapter 42 A Comparative Study of Android Users’ Privacy Preferences Under the Runtime Permission Model
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    Chapter 43 Communicability Evaluation of Privacy Settings on Facebook for Android
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    Chapter 44 Sharing the ‘Real Me’ – How Usage Motivation and Personality Relate to Privacy Protection Behavior on Facebook
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    Chapter 45 Exploring Consumers’ Attitudes of Smart TV Related Privacy Risks
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    Chapter 46 Sharing Information with Web Services – A Mental Model Approach in the Context of Optional Information
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    Chapter 47 Integrating a Practice Perspective to Privacy by Design
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    Chapter 48 Detection and Auto-protection of Cache File Privacy Leakage for Mobile Social Networking Applications in Android
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    Chapter 49 A Privacy-Driven Data Management Model for Smart Personal Assistants
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    Chapter 50 Designing Privacy for You: A Practical Approach for User-Centric Privacy
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Chapter title
“No Good Reason to Remove Features”
Chapter number 3
Book title
Human Aspects of Information Security, Privacy and Trust
Published in
Lecture notes in computer science, May 2017
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-58460-7_3
Book ISBNs
978-3-31-958459-1, 978-3-31-958460-7
Authors

Steve Dodier-Lazaro, Ingolf Becker, Jens Krinke, M. Angela Sasse, Dodier-Lazaro, S, Becker, I, Krinke, J, Sasse, MA

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Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Master 3 19%
Student > Postgraduate 2 13%
Lecturer 2 13%
Professor 1 6%
Student > Doctoral Student 1 6%
Other 4 25%
Unknown 3 19%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Computer Science 10 63%
Agricultural and Biological Sciences 2 13%
Unknown 4 25%

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