Security and usability
|Principal investigator:||Professor Nahid Shahmehri|
Dr. Claudiu Duma (former member)
Almut Herzog (former member)
|Related projects:||Secure execution of e-services
|Keywords:||security, policy, usability, e-services, resource control|
Usability is a key aspect of security mechanisms. We are currently working on usability issues related to the configuration of run-time security policies. We are developing the tool JPerm for setting up Java security policies at runtime, to study user behavior, and to test possibilities for user support when users are confronted with security alerts. This work is motivated by our previous work on secure execution environments for e-services.
- Herzog, A., Shahmehri N., `Performance of the Java Security Manager'. Computers & Security, 24(3):192-207, 2005.
- Herzog A., Shahmehri N., `A Usability Study of Security Policy Management', Proceedings of IFIP International Information Security Conference: Security and Privacy in Dynamic Environments (SEC2006), Springer, ISBN 0-387-33405-x, pp 296-306, May 22 - 24, Karlstad, Sweden. Journal page.
- Herzog A., Shahmehri N., `An Evaluation of Java Application Containers according to Security Requirements', Proceedings of the IEEE WETICE Workshop on Security Technologies for Collaborative Architectures, pages 175-183, Linköping, Sweden, June 13-15, 2005.
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Last updated: 2009-08-24