WISP 2019 Proceedings

Workshop on Information Security and Privacy (WISP) 2019
Hosted by AIS SIGSEC, Bright Internet & Trust, and IFIP TC 11.1
Novotel Hotel Muenchen Messe
Willy-Brandt-Platz 1, 81829 München, Germany
December 15, 2019

Session 1

Track 1: Privacy Behavior

Chair: Merrill Warkentin

What Do You Fear? A Study on User Generated Health Data and Privacy Behavior
Krutheeka Baskaran and Saji Mathew

Does Privacy Mean Different Things to Different People: Can That Explain Privacy Paradox?
Sanjay Goel, Kevin Williams, Jingyi Huang and Alan Dennis

Organizational-level privacy violations in light of digital transformation: insights from data breaches in Norway
Leif Skiftenes Flak, Øystein Sæbø and Paolo Spagnoletti

Track 2: Security Training and Compliance

Chair: Sean Maynard

Burnout in Cybersecurity Professionals
Obi Ogbanufe and Janine Spears

Identifying Potentially Risky Insider Non-Compliance Using Machine Learning to Assess Multiple Protection Motivation Behaviors
Michael Curry, Byron Marshall and Robert Crossler

An expert assessment of corporate professional users to measure business email compromise detection skills and develop a knowledge and awareness training program
Shahar Aviv, Yair Levy, Ling Wang and Nitza Geri

Session 2

Track 1: Behavioral Cyber Security

Chair: Obi Ogbanufe

Effects of Emotional Appeals on Phishing Susceptibility
Annie Tian and Matthew Jensen

The Light Side of Passwords: Turning Motivation from the Extrinsic to the Intrinsic Naomi Woods

Rhetorical Appeals and Legitimacy Perceptions:  to Induce Information Security Policy Compliance
Carlos Torres and Robert Crossler

A Theory on Information Security: A Pilot Study
Craig A. Horne, Sean B. Maynard and Atif Ahmad

Track 2: Emerging Cyber Security Issues

Chair: Shuyuan Mary Ho

Reusability or Disposability? A Network Analysis of Reusable Software Vulnerabilities
Martin Kang, Sungyong Um, Ted Lee and Anat Hovav

Honeykeys: deception mechanisms in single packet authorization Sergey Butakov, Pavol Zavarsky and Seyedmohammad Mirheydari

Trust-Based Content Filtering: Investigating the Association between Assurance Seals, Source Expertise, and Topics of Online Product Reviews
Bartlomiej Hanus and Benjamin George

Session 3

Track 1: Information Disclosure

Chair: Robert Crossler

The Information Disclosure Trilemma: Privacy, Attribution and Dependency Ping Fan Ke

Does it Meet my Expectations? Compensation and Remorse as Data Breach Recovery Actions – An Experimental Scenario-based Investigation
Kristin Masuch, Maike Greve and Simon Trang

Social Looks can be Deceiving – How Social Cues Affect Information Disclosure for High-Trust Users?
Lior Zalmanson, Gal Oestreicher- Singer and Yael Ecker

Track 2: Security Analytics

Chair: Matthew Jensen

Charged Language on Twitter: A Predictive Model of Cyberbullying to Prevent Victimization
Shuyuan Mary Ho, Dayu Kao, Ming-Jung Chiu-Huang, Wenyi Li, Chung-Jui Lai and Bismark Ankamah

Perceived Risks Toward Mobile Payment Adoption: A Three-Country Analysis Wei-Lun Chang

Cybersecurity and Cloud-Based Smart Home Devices: A Resource Governance Model
Aurelia Mandani and Ronald Ramirez