Human Factors in Cybersecurity:
Exploring the Effectiveness and Ethics of Fear, Shame, and Regret in Encouraging Cybersecure Behavior
Guest Speaker: Dr Marc Dupuis
Thursday, April 27th Noon - 1:00 PM Pacific Time
Join EXP Technical and cybersecurity researcher Dr. Marc Dupuis in exploring human factors including the use of fear, shame, and regret in motivating cybersecure behavior.
This webinar will delve into the effectiveness and ethics of these tactics, alternative approaches, and research-supported best practices to promote cybersecurity.
Key questions will be addressed:
Business leaders in small and medium-sized businesses across the Pacific Northwest will gain valuable insight from this presentation. Attendees will learn effective ways to enhance their organization's cybersecurity posture.
Dr. Marc Dupuis, Associate Professor in the department of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics at UW, Bothell.
Marc Dupuis received his Ph.D. in Information Science at the University of Washington in 2014, with an emphasis on Information Assurance and Cybersecurity, and his M.S. in Information Science at UW in 2011. Dr. Dupuis also earned a Master of Public Administration at UW, and a M.A. in Political Science at Western Washington University. He taught as a Lecturer in Information Technology and Systems at UW Tacoma, where he was honored as a 2015 Distinguished Teaching Award nominee.
Dr. Dupuis' research papers on Human Factors in Cybersecurity include: