Usability Research in Support of Cybersecurity
Research gathered in four primary areas of Passwords, Password Policies, Multi-Factor Authentication, and Usability
and Security Framework were conducted to enable decision makers to make better password policies.
ISPAB Panel on Usable Security
What is usable security and why do we need it? Information such as current security work, usable security
challenges, and additional research are highlighted in this document.
PIV Pilot Usability Lessons Learned
Research and development in the area of PIV cards were conducted with objectives in impact of new system on
work performance, exploring people attitudes about having new authentication, and differences in users'
expectations and attitudes of the system prior to first use and ongoing use.
IEEE Security and Privacy Issue March/April 2011 Guest editors' Introduction: Shouldn't all security be usable? Provides a practical and research bent by the top thinkers in the field along with case studies, tutorials,
columns, and in-depth interviews for the information security industry.
IEEE Security and Privacy Issue March/April 2012 Basing Cybersecurity Training on User Perceptions
Inverstigation of users' understanding of online security by conducting in-depth interviews to identify correct perceptions, myths and potential misperceptions.