18 March, 2013, School of Computing Science, University of Glasgow, Scotland.
Registration is free, however, please email Chris Johnson at the address below to reserve a place. We will provide tea and coffee but lunch is not provided.
Back to workshop description and call for papers.
|09.00-09.30||An Overview of Human Factors in Safety and Security||P. Palanque and C. Johnson|
|09.30-10.00||Supporting Situational Assessment through the Adoption of Open Source Intelligence for Command and Control Environments without causing Information Overload||S. Raue, Univ. of Glasgow.|
|10.00-10.40||A pragmatic mapping of factors behind routine deviations in aircraft maintenance||V. Tsagkas, D. Nathanael and N. Marmaras, National Technical University of Athens.|
|11.00-11.30||Human factors in Information System Security of Healthcare Systems --- A comparison of lessons learnt from security incidents in United States and China.||Y. He, Univ. of Glasgow.|
|11.30-12.10||Assurance cases to argue system resilience properties for road vehicles.||I. Ibarra, MIRA, UK.|
|13.30-14.10||An analytical evaluation of the methodological constraints and affordances of an incident investigation manual||H. Huang, P. Curzon, G. White, Queen Mary University of London; A. Blandford, University College London|
|14.10-14.40||Automatic Registration of User Drawn Graphical Passwords.||S. Jebriel and R. Poet , Univ. of Glasgow.|
|15.00-15.30||How Do You Solve a Problem Like Authentication?||J. Maguire & K. Renaud, Univ. of Glasgow.|
|15.30-16.00||Risk Perception and Cloud Computing Security.||G. Elena, University of Glasgow.|
|16.00-16.40||Wrap-up and summary|