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Probst C.W, Kammüller F., R. Hansen R.  2015.  Formal Modelling and Analysis of Socio-Technical Systems. Semantics, Logics, and Calculi: Essays Dedicated to Hanne Riis Nielson and Flemming Nielson on the Occasion of Their 60th Birthdays. 9560:54–73.
Probst C.W, Hansen R.R.  2013.  Reachability-based impact as a measure for insiderness. Journal of Wireless Mobile Networks, Ubiquitous Computing, and Dependable Applications. 4:38–48.
Probst C.W, Willemson J., Pieters W..  2016.  The Attack Navigator (Invited). Graphical Models for Security - Revised Selected Papers. 9390:1–17.
Probst C.W, Hansen R.R.  2014.  Model-based Abstraction of Data Provenance. 6th USENIX Workshop on the Theory and Practice of Provenance, Cologne, Germany. :Article3.
Prakken H., Ionita D., Wieringa R.J.  2013.  Risk assessment as an argumentation game. 14th International Workshop on Computational Logic in Multi-Agent Systems, CLIMA XIV, Corunna, Spain. 8143:357–373.
Poskitt C., Dodds M., Paige R.F, Rensink A..  2014.  Towards Rigorously Faking Bidirectional Model Transformations. Proceedings of the Workshop on Analysis of Model Transformations, AMT 2014, Valencia, Spain. 1277:70–75.
Pieters W., Padget J., Dechesne F., Dignum V., Aldewereld H..  2013.  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.
Pieters W., Hadziosmanović D., Dechesne F..  2015.  Security-by-Experiment: Lessons from Responsible Deployment in Cyberspace. Science and Engineering Ethics. N/A
Pieters W., Hadziosmanović D., Lenin A., Montoya L., Willemson J..  2014.  TREsPASS: Plug-and-Play Attacker Profiles for Security Risk Analysis (Poster). 35th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, San Jose, California.
Pieters W., Hadziosmanović D., Dechesne F..  2014.  Cyber Security as Social Experiment. NSPW '14 Proceedings of the 2014 workshop on New Security Paradigms, NSPW 2014, Victoria, BC, Canada. :15–24.
Pieters W., Padget J., Dechesne F., Dignum V., Aldewereld H..  2014.  Effectiveness of qualitative and quantitative security obligations. Journal of Information Security and Applications. to appear:1–14.
Pieters W., Lukszo Z., Hadziosmanović D., van den Berg J..  2014.  Reconciling Malicious and Accidental Risk in Cyber Security. Journal of Internet Services and Information Security. 4:4–26.
Pieters W., Hadziosmanović D., Dechesne F..  2016.  Security-by-Experiment: Lessons from Responsible Deployment in Cyberspace. Science and Engineering Ethics. N/A
Pieters W., Probst C.W, Lukszo S., Montoya L..  2014.  Cost-effectiveness of Security Measures: A model-based Framework. Approaches and Processes for Managing the Economics of Information Systems. :139–156.
Pieters W., Padget J., Dechesne F., Dignum V., Aldewereld H..  2015.  Effectiveness of qualitative and quantitative security obligations. Journal of Information Security and Applications. 22:3–16.
Pieters W., Dechesne F..  2017.  Adversarial risks in social experiments with new technologies. Experimentation beyond the laboratory: new perspectives on technology.
Pieters W..  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.
Pieters W., Davarynejad M..  2015.  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.
Pieters W..  2013.  On thinging things and serving services: technological mediation and inseparable goods. Ethics and information technology. 15:195–208.
Pieters W., Barendse J., Ford M., Heath C.PR, Probst C.W, Verbij R..  2016.  The Navigation Metaphor in Security Economics. IEEE Security & Privacy. 14:14–21.