Topic: A criminological perspective: Can on-screen cues activate risk recognition?
Hosted by the AISA Cloud Branch, please join Kelsy Luengen, who is a doctoral researcher at the University of Queensland and a Security Influencer at SEEK, for an online presentation and discussion considering criminological theories, which suggest that situational cues can have an impact on threat recognition and protective behaviours.
With traditional crimes, an offender and their victim must converge in a physical time and space for the crime to occur. However, technology has created a virtual environment which easily connects one motivated offender to numerous potential victims. This has placed an increased onus on individuals to engage in protective behaviours when online. This presentation takes a human factor focus and will consist of three parts:
- A criminological overview of theories on victimisation, crime prevention, and behavioural responses;
- An examination of the results from a pilot study that uses eye-tracking software to measure how people interpret, and respond to, phishing emails containing different situational cues; and
- A discussion on how the results impact security awareness programs and trainings.
Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions. This webinar will be recorded and the recording will be made available to registrants.
Kelsy Luengen is a doctoral researcher at the University of Queensland and a Security Influencer at SEEK. In her capacity as a Security Influencer, Kelsy develops campaigns and training materials to increase cyber awareness and decrease the risk of victimization across the business. To assist in creating evidence-based cyber awareness campaigns, her doctoral research explores the extent to which users of internet enabled devices recognise cyber threats, their response to perceived threats, and their use of protective behaviours to mitigate potential harms.
Kelsy has a background in evidence-based policing and worked with the police to implement evidence-based practices across a range of crime problems. Her early research work sought to understand the benefit of operationalising procedural justice dialogue in gaining willing compliance and improving perceptions of legitimacy in police. Kelsy was also a lecturer at the University of Queensland in the area of criminology.
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Date: Wednesday 25 May 2022
- 12:00pm - 1:00pm AEST (Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney & Hobart)
- 11:30am - 12:30pm ACST (Adelaide)
- 10:00am - 11:00am AWST (Perth)
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