Towards a Human Factors Ontology for Cyber Security

@inproceedings{Oltramari2015TowardsAH,
  title={Towards a Human Factors Ontology for Cyber Security},
  author={Alessandro Oltramari and Diane S. Henshel and Mariana Cains and Blaine Hoffman},
  booktitle={STIDS},
  year={2015}
}
Traditional cybersecurity risk assessment is reactive and based on business risk assessment approach. The 2014 NIST Cybersecurity Framework provides businesses with an organizational tool to catalog cybersecurity efforts and areas that need additional support. As part of an on-going effort to develop a holistic, predictive cyber security risk assessment model, the characterization of human factors, which includes human behavior, is needed to understand how the actions of users, defenders (IT… CONTINUE READING
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