The Human Factor in Cyber Security and Resilience

For this session of DIGILIENCE 2019 we invite submission on the following sub-themes:

  • Approaches to improve selection, education, training and retention of a cyber force
  • Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA) that cyber experts need for efficient performance
  • Approaches to improve cyber awareness and cyber hygiene of defence personnel
  • Approaches to improve resilience to cyberattackes at individual, team and organisational level
  • Methods, techniques and tools to bridge the gap between the cyber force and the operational community in terms of perceptions of cyber threat, procedures and practices for prevention
  • Metrics and tools to measure effectiveness of decision making and human performance in complex adversarial situations
  • Identification of the specific characteristics of a malicious insider’s behaviour and methods and tools to identify these potential threats
  • Definition of the role of the military commanders to mitigate the cyber threat
  • Improving human-machine interfaces (reducing complexity of security systems; trust and openness in networked information and network-based interactions, etc.)
  • Cybersecurity from individuall perspective: human behaviour, cognition and decision-making

In DIGILIENCE 2020 this session is organized by Prof. Yantsislav Yanakiev and Dr. Michael Cooke.