Sociotechnical Cybersecurity (STC) Interest Group
The UMD INFO College is a leader in bringing together faculty, staff, students, and partners to examine and evolve current ideas around sociotechnical cybersecurity (STC). Sociotechnical aspects of cybersecurity considers the human element. STC includes organizational, economic, social, legal, educational, psychological, political, policy, cultural, system, and other approaches engaging the human and technology interactions needed to secure the space, infrastructure, people and systems within the cyber environment. The STC interest group combines this effort in the college’s academics, research, and events.
Dr. Charles Harry co-developed this database to inform public and private sector decision-makers about cyber threats.
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ARLIS Researchers Find a Way to Measure the “Cute” Factor on Social Media Content (ft. Susannah Paletz)April 13, 2023 | UMD ARLIS Staff
Social media measurements are key to Susannah Paletz's project funded by the Minerva Research Initiative and the Office of Naval Resear …
(Video) Sociotechnical Cybersecurity Speaker Series: Coercion in Cyberspace–A Model of Extortion via EncryptionApril 7, 2023 | UMD INFO Staff
The presentation highlights the human traits and abilities that maximize human-machine teaming effectiveness.