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When Security Meets Usability: A User-Centric Approach on a Crossroads Priority Problem
[c157] Fidas C.A., Voyiatzis A.G., Avouris N. (2010). When Security Meets Usability: A User-Centric Approach on a Crossroads Priority Problem, Proc PCI 2010, EEE Publ., Tripolis, September 2010. 

Abstract

 Effective and efficient methodologies are essential for developing and maintaining information systems that are both secure and usable, especially in the case of web-based applications that require a combined effort from application, system, network, security, and human-computer interaction design areas. In this paper, we propose a user-centric approach towards achieving “usable security”. As a case study we apply the proposed approach on the password management problem. Our findings demonstrate that the “user-centric usable security” is a viable and promising future research direction.

 



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