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International Conference on Human Aspects of Information Security & Assurance (HAISA 2007)
Title: User-Centered Security Applied to the Development of a Management Information System
Author(s): Marcus Nohlberg, Johannes Bäckström
Keywords: User-Centered Security, Management Information System, Usability
Abstract: The purpose of this study has been to do a user-centered security development of a prototype graphical interface for a management information system dealing with information security. The interface was perceived as successful by the test subjects and the sponsoring organization, Siguru. The major conclusion of the study is that managers use knowledge of information security mainly for financial and strategic matters which focus more on risk issues then security issues. To facilitate the need of management the study presents three heuristics for the design of management information security system interfaces.
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