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. "Front Matter." Toward Better Usability, Security, and Privacy of Information Technology: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2010.
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SOME POTENTIAL RESEARCH DIRECTIONS FOR FURTHERING THE USABILITY, SECURITY, AND PRIVACY OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS
Dimensions of Usability, Security, and Privacy,
Metrics, Evaluation Criteria, and Standards,
Incentives for Better Security and Privacy,
Approaches to Constructing Systems with “Usable Security,”
OVERARCHING CHALLENGES TO ADVANCING RESEARCH IN USABILITY, SECURITY, AND PRIVACY
Inconsistent Terminology and Definitions,
Limited Access to Data,
Scarceness of Expertise and Unfamiliarity with Each Other’s Work at the Intersection of Usability, Security, and Privacy,
A WORKSHOP AGENDA
B WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS
C BIOSKETCHES OF STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS AND STAFF