Interdisciplinary Research Group in Socio-technical Cybersecurity
Security and Privacy for System Protection (SP^2) FNR/PRIDE 2016-2020
Security and Privacy for System Protection (SP^2) FNR/PRIDE, 2016-2020, (coordinated by Prof. Mauw)
IRiSC is actively participating in an interdisciplinary FNR-funded programme under the PRIDE scheme, which is FNR’s main programme for funding doctoral research in Luxembourg.
We are part of the Doctoral Training Unit (DTU) on Security and Privacy for System Protection (SPsquared) / SP2, one of the 11 DTUs awarded during the first PRIDE call.
The research challenges that the SP2 program addresses, are united under five different themes: (i) number theory, cryptography and cryptographic protocols; (ii) implementation of cryptography; (iii) Internet privacy; (iv) system security; and (v) socio-technical security.
We are particularly active along the socio-technical security dimension, working along with other members of the DTU coming from different corners of the University, and collaborating closely with the Human Computer Interaction Group.
“I personally relate it to the traffic light”: a user study on security & privacy indicators in a secure email system committed to privacy by default
The Framework of Security-Enhancing Friction: How UX Can Help Users Behave More Securely
Evaluating ambiguity of privacy indicators in a secure email app
Detecting misalignments between system security and user perceptions: a preliminary socio-technical analysis of an E2E email encryption system
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