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Adversarial risks in social experiments with new technologies. Experimentation beyond the laboratory: new perspectives on technology.. 2017.
The Attack Navigator (Invited). Graphical Models for Security - Revised Selected Papers. 9390:1–17.. 2016.
Attack navigator vindt en verhelpt zwakke plekken. Bits en chips. 4. 2013.
Calculating Adversarial Risk from Attack Trees: Control Strength and Probabilistic Attackers. 9th International Workshop on Data Privacy Management, Autonomous Spontaneous Security, and Security Assurance (DPM), Wroclaw, Poland. 8872:201–215.. 2015.
Cost-effectiveness of Security Measures: A model-based Framework. Approaches and Processes for Managing the Economics of Information Systems. :139–156.. 2014.
Cyber Security as Social Experiment. NSPW '14 Proceedings of the 2014 workshop on New Security Paradigms, NSPW 2014, Victoria, BC, Canada. :15–24.. 2014.
Cybersecurity as a Politikum: Implications of Security Discourses for Infrastructures. New Security Paradigms Workshop (NSPW), Colorado, USA.. 2016.
Defining the cloud battlefield - supporting security assessments by cloud customers. International Conference on Cloud Engineering (IC2E 2013), Redwood City, CA. :78–87.. 2013.
Defining "The Weakest Link" Comparative Security in Complex Systems of Systems. 2013 IEEE 5th International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science, CloudCom, Bristol, United Kingdom. :39–44.. 2013.
Effectiveness of qualitative and quantitative security obligations. Journal of Information Security and Applications. to appear:1–14.. 2014.
Effectiveness of qualitative and quantitative security obligations. Journal of Information Security and Applications. 22:3–16.. 2015.
Experimenting with Incentives: Security in Pilots for Future Grids. IEEE Security & Privacy. 12:59–66.. 2014.
From Cybercrime to Cyborg Crime: Botnets as Hybrid Criminal Actor-Networks. British journal of Criminology. 55:1–18.. 2015.
"If you were attacked, you'd be sorry": Counterfactuals as security arguments. New Security Paradigm Workshop (NSPW), Twente, Netherlands. :1–12.. 2015.
Integrated Safety and Security Risk Assessment Methods: A Survey of Key Characteristics and Applications. 11th International Conference on Critical Information Infrastructures Security (CRITIS), Paris, France.. 2016.
The Navigation Metaphor in Security Economics. IEEE Security & Privacy. 14:14–21.. 2016.
Obligations to enforce prohibitions: on the adequacy of security policies. SIN '13 - Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Security of Information and Networks, Aksaray, Turkey. :54–61.. 2013.
The persuasion and security awareness experiment: reducing the success of social engineering attacks. Journal of Experimental Criminology. 11:97–115.. 2015.
Quantitative Penetration Testing with Item Response Theory. Journal of Information Assurance and Security. 9:118–127.. 2014.
Quantitative penetration testing with item response theory. 9th International Conference on Information Assurance and Security, IAS 2013, Gammarth, Tunisia. :49–54.. 2013.
Reconciling Malicious and Accidental Risk in Cyber Security. Journal of Internet Services and Information Security. 4:4–26.. 2014.
Regression Nodes: Extending attack trees with data from social sciences. Workshop on Socio-Technical Aspects in Security and Trust (STAST), Verona, Italy.. 2015.