In association with IFIP WG13.5, Workshop Resgistration and Programme on:

Human Factors in the Safety and Security of Critical Systems

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.
10.40-11.00 Break
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.
12.10-13.30 Lunch
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.
14.40-15.00 Break
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

Prof. Chris Johnson, DPhil, MSc, MA, FBCS, CEng, CITP, Room S162, School of Computing Science, Univ. of Glasgow, Glasgow, G12 8RZ, Scotland.
Tel: +44 141 330 6053, Fax: +44 141 330 4913,