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Artikel und Awards auf dem Pre-ICIS Workshop on Information Security and Privacy (WISP 2020)


Malte Greulich von der Forschungsgruppe cii hat auf dem Pre-ICIS Workshop on Information Security and Privacy (WISP), der am 12. Dezember 2020 virtuell stattfand, den Artikel „Toward Conceptualizing Perplexity in Cybersecurity: An Exploratory Study" vorgestellt. Co-Autoren des Artikels sind Sebastian Lins, Daniel Pienta, Jason Thatcher und Ali Sunyaev. Zudem verlieh die Special Interest Group on Information Security and Privacy (SIGSEC) der Association of Information Systems (AIS) Malte Greulich stellvertretend einen „Doctoral Student Award“ für die Qualität des Artikels. Zusätzlich erhielten Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin und Mikael Beyene „Best Reviewer Awards“.


“Toward Conceptualizing Perplexity in Cybersecurity: An Exploratory Study”
von Malte Greulich, Sebastian Lins, Daniel Pienta, Jason Thatcher und Ali Sunyaev


Kurzfassung: As cybersecurity threats evolve and cybersecurity teams update digital security infrastructures, employees often get perplexed by the threats and corresponding countermeasures. Drawing insight from a literature review and a qualitative exploratory study with 85 participants, this paper defines cybersecurity perplexity, a paradoxical psychological state that individuals experience when facing adverse cybersecurity conditions in the workplace (e.g., ambiguous or surprising security policies or awareness of cybersecurity threats). Cybersecurity perplexity has three interrelated dimensions: cybersecurity confusion, cybersecurity pressure, and cybersecurity response uncertainty. Central to cybersecurity perplexity is that individuals are confused and uncertain about how to respond, yet feel pressure to act, to adverse cybersecurity conditions. Our data suggests that perplexity merits researchers’ attention because it can arise from myriad cybersecurity conditions that individuals frequently encounter in the workplace. We contribute to the cybersecurity literature by providing a conceptualization of cybersecurity perplexity and initiating a discussion about this novel phenomenon encouraging future research.

Link: https://aisel.aisnet.org/wisp2020/5/



Aus der Forschungsgruppe Critical Information Infrastructures