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Considering the influence of human trust in practical social engineering exercises
There are numerous technical advances in the field of information security. However, the application of information security technologies alone is often not sufficient to address security issues. Human factors play an ...
Behavioural thresholds in the context of information security
This research presents the exploratory application of behavioural threshold theory on group behaviour related to information security. Behavioural threshold analysis is presented as a possible tool for aiding the development ...
Identifying information security risks in a social network using self-organising maps
Managing information security risks in an organisation is one of the most important tasks an organisation has. Unfortunately, due to the complexity of most organisational systems, identifying information security risks can ...
Theorising on information cascades and sequential decision-making for analysing security behaviour
Human behaviour is an ever-present aspect in information security and requires special attention when seeking to secure information systems. Information security behaviour is often based on an informed decision where ...