IFIP TC 11 Working Group 12 - Human Aspects of Information Security and Assurance

IFIP TC 11 Working Group 12 - Human Aspects of Information Security and Assurance

Welcome

Welcome to the website of IFIP TC 11 Working Group 12 - Human Aspects of Information Security and Assurance.

The aims and scopes of the WG are described within the site. These values and goals we promote within our Working Group Conferences in order to promote Human Aspects of Information Security and Assurance in a truly international context. Our Working Group includes welcomes participation from industry and academia from all over the world.

Regards,

Prof. Nathan Clarke
Chairman of IFIP WG11.12

The 10th International Symposium on HAISA, 19-21 July 2016, Frankfurt, Germany

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Working Group Officers

Prof. Nathan Clarke

Prof. Nathan Clarke

Chairman
Plymouth University, UK
E-mail: E-mail: n.clarke@plymouth.ac.uk

Malcolm Pattinson

Dr Malcolm Pattinson

Vice-Chair
University of Adelaide, Austrilia
E-mail: malcolm.pattinson@adelaide.edu.au

Dr Kerry-Lynn Thomson

Dr Kerry-Lynn Thomson

Secretary
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa
E-mail: kerry-lynn.thomson@nmmu.ac.za

 

Working Group Members

Australia Helen Armstrong, Curtin University of Technology
Kim-Kwang Raymond Choo, University of South Australia
William Hutchinson, Edith Cowan University
Andrew Jones, Edith Cowan
Kathryn Parsons, Defence Science and Technology Organisation
Malcolm Pattinson, University of Adelaide

Austria Stefan Bauer, Vienna University of Economics and Business
Ulrike Hugl, University of Innsbruck

Canada Bill Bonner, University of Regina

Germany Steffen Bartsch, Technical University of Darmstadt
Luigi Lo Iacono, European University of Applied Sciences
Maina M. Olembo, Technical University of Darmstadt
Sebastian Pape, Goethe University Frankfurt
Melanie Volkamer, Technical University of Darmstadt
Steffen Wendzel, Fraunhofer FKIE

Greece Sokratis Katsikas University of Piraeus
Costas Lambrinoudakis, University of Piraeus

Ireland Lena Connolly, NUI Galway/UC Berkley

Italy Victor Pomponiu, Universita degli Studi di Torino

Luxembourg Gabriele Lenzini, University of Luxembourg
Moussa Ouedraogo, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology

South Africa Elmarie Kritzinger, University of South Africa
Marianne Loock, University of South Africa
Nader Sohrabi Safa, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
Johan van Niekerk, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
Elmé Smith, University of South Africa
Kerry-Lynn Thomson, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
Rossouw Von Solms, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
Evangelos Frangopoulos, University of South Africa

Sweden Simone Fischer-Huebner Karlstad University

United Kingdom Debi Ashenden, Cranfield University
John Blythe, Northumbria University
Nathan, Clarke, Plymouth University
Lynne Coventry, Northumbria University
Paul Dowland, Plymouth University
Rosanne English, University of Glasgow
Steven Furnell, Plymouth University
Anastasis Petrou, University of East London
Karen Renaud, University of Glasgow
Paul Stephens, Canterbury Christ Church University
Geordie Stewart, Risk Intelligence
Theo Tryfonas, University of Bristol

United States of America Dorothy Denning, Naval Postgraduate School
Ron Dodge, Unites States military Academy (West Point)
Wu He, Old Dominion University
Murray Jennex, San Diego State University
Dong Seong Kim, Duke University
Terence Sadler, Regis University
Lance Spitzner, SANS Technology Institute
Jeffrey Stanton, Syracuse University
James Voorhees, SANS Technology Institute
Merrill Warkentin, Mississippi State University
Robert Yanus, University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey

Charter

Aims

The Human Aspects of Information Security and Assurance Working Group seeks to promote all aspects of research that can better support and inform our use of security within information systems.

Scope

The scope of the WG11.12 includes any aspects that pertain to the attitudes, perceptions and behaviour of people, and how human characteristics or technologies may be positively modified to improve the ease of use and level of protection provided. Indicative themes within this remit will include:

Events

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IFIP WG 11.12 Membership

Membership is free and entitles you to be notified of any Call for Papers and Events.

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Professor Nathan Clarke
School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics
Plymouth University
A329 Portland Squre
Drake Circus
Plymouth
Devon UK
PL4 8AA

E-mail: n.clarke@plymouth.ac.uk