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A Software Engineer Ventures into Behavioural Economics

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Karen’s research area is Human‐Centred Security. She has carried out two investigations using insights from behavioural economics. The first is a nudge that will persuade people to choose stronger passwords, the second is a study into the endowment effect in cyber security. Karen is a computer scientist and has made the transition from software engineer to behavioural scientist, so her approach is different from that of a traditional economist. She is proposing to share her experiences and get feedback from you.

This talk is part of the Computer Security Seminars series.

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