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The workshop will take place the 29th September 2022 with the followings schedule
Note: All times are according to the local time in Denmark (CEST)

08:45 - 09:00 Welcome by the Chairs
Simon Parkin
09:00 - 10:00 Session 1
(Work in Progress): Considering Human Factors in Collaborative Decision Making for Secure Architecture Design
Brahim Hamid and Jason Jaskolka
Hunting High or Low: Evaluating the Effectiveness of High-Interaction and Low-Interaction Honeypots
Yekta Kocaogullar, Orcun Çetin, Budi Arief, Calvin Brierley, Jamie Pont and Julio Hernandez-Castro
10:00 - 10:30 Break
10:30 - 12:00 Session 2
Why Most Results of Socio-Technical Security User Studies Are False--And What to Do About it
Thomas Gross
Verification of the Socio-Technical Aspects of Voting: The Case of the Polish Postal Vote
Wojtek Jamroga, Yan Kim and P. Y. A. Ryan
``I feel spied on and I don't have any control over my data": User Privacy Perception, Preferences and Trade-offs in University Smart Buildings
Rawan Taher, Maryam Mehrnezhad and Charles Morisset
12:00 - 14:00 Break
14:00 - 15:00 Keynote Talk
Finding the common ground between employees and security professionals
Ceri Jones, Head of Security Awareness and Community, The LEGO Group


How we talk about people in security affects the way we perceive and support them. The landscape of security and security management is full of language that is for ourselves - what is rarely considered is how this information is used and interpreted by others outside of security. The talk will explore examples of how security-related human behaviour is often reported and measured, such as in management dashboard tools within organizations. Different approaches will be discussed which can bring a positive lens into security, looking forward to what can be done in security practice to embody positive engagement with users.
15:00 - 15:15 Break
15:15- 16:45 Session 3
Situation Critical: Intensive Cybersecurity Care Needed
Lynne Coventry, Elizabeth Sillence, Richard Brown, Dawn Branley-Bell, Pasquale Mari, Saverio Caruso, Alessandra Casaroli, Fabio Rizzoni and Sabina Magalini
Design and Evaluation of an Anti-Phishing Artifact Based on Useful Transparency
Christopher Beckmann, Benjamin Maximilian Berens, Niklas Kühl, Peter Mayer, Mattia Mossano and Melanie Volkamer
(Work in Progress) Brick by Brick: Using a Structured Building Blocks Method to Engage Participants and Collect IT Security Insights
Uta Menges, Jonas Hielscher, Annette Kluge and M. Angela Sasse
16:45 - 17:00 Best Paper Award and Closing (Simon Parkin)
Simon Parkin