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Cyber Security: It's a Socio-Technical Challenge

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The talk will be about the importance of understanding various stakeholders involved in cyber security, from attackers to victims and defenders. A lot of research has been done on the attackers part, but the victims and defenders are still quite unexplored. There is a growing importance in understanding the human dimensions, including understanding victims in order to help them better. As an example, I will talk about trying to help victims of domestic violence.

There will also be discussion about the Internet of Things, and the challenges with the proliferation of (good and bad) data, and how this might affect the (human) end users, positively and negatively.

This talk is part of the Computer Security Seminars series.

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