Games and Abstraction: The Science of Cyber Security

Principal Investigator: Chris Hankin, Professor of Computing Science, Imperial College London Games and Abstraction addresses the challenge How do we make better security decisions? We have begun to develop new approaches to decision support based on game theory....

ChAISe: Choice Architecture for Information Security

Principal Investigator: Professor Aad van Moorsel, School of Computing, Newcastle University The main goal of the ChaISE project is to create a rigorous choice architecture, that will nudge decision makers to make demonstrably better information security decisions....

Visualising Access Control Policies

Charles Morisset’s talk at the June 2017 RISCS meeting reported on his work with David Sanchez, a recent MSc graduate from Newcastle University, on visualising access policies to help people make better decisions. Funded by a small NCSC grant, the project...

cSALSA: Cyber Security Across the Life Span

Principal Investigator: Adam Joinson, Professor of Information Systems, University of Bath The cSALSA project launched in April 2017 as a three-year project with a long list of partners, primarily behavioural and cognitive psychologists, plus one computer scientist....