Cyber Insurance and Risk Management: Challenges and Opportunities

UCL gates in March 2020 A new playground for underwriters? Corporate boards the world over are scrambling to address the unique challenges of the COVID-19 global pandemic – particularly the impact of social distancing. In addition to the obvious problems this causes...

Talking about Security with Professional Developers

Abstract This paper describes materials developed to engage professional developers in discussions about security. First, the work is framed in the context of ethnographic studies of software development, highlighting how the method is used to explore and investigate...

RISCS Annual Report 2016

The RISCS Annual Report 2016 was released at the UK Cyber Security Research Institutes Conference in October 2016, and is available to download.

RISCS Annual Report 2017

The RISCS Annual Report 2017 was released at the UK Cyber Security Research Institutes Conference in October 2017, and is available to download here (opens PDF)

RISCS Annual Report 2018

The 2018 RISCS Annual Report was released at the UK Cyber Security Research Institutes Conference in October 2018, and is available to download here (opens PDF).

RISCS Annual Report 2019

We are delighted to present the 2019 RISCS Annual Report. The Report brings you progress updates of the RISCS projects, informs of recent changes at RISCS and shares our plans for 2020. Download the report here.

A Decision Making Model of Behavior in Information Security

Iryna Yevseyeva, Charles Morisset, Thomas Groß, Aad van Moorsel Abstract Information security decisions typically involve a trade-off between security and productivity. In practical settings, it is often the human user who is best positioned to make this trade-off...

A Formal Model for Soft Enforcement: Influencing the Decision-Maker

Charles Morisset, Iryna Yevseyeva, Thomas Groß, Aad van Moorsel Abstract We propose in this paper a formal model for soft enforcement, where a decision-maker is influenced towards a decision, rather than forced to select that decision. This novel type of enforcement...