New Perspectives in Behavioral Cybersecurity offers direction for readers in areas related to human behavior and cybersecurity, by exploring some of the new ideas and approaches in this subject, specifically with new techniques in this field coming from scholars with very diverse backgrounds in dealing with these issues. It seeks to show an understanding of motivation, personality, and other behavioral approaches to understand cyberattacks and create cyberdefenses.
Elaborates cybersecurity concerns in the work environment and cybersecurity threats to individuals.
Presents personality characteristics of cybersecurity attackers, cybersecurity behavior, and behavioral interventions.
Highlights the applications of behavioral economics to cybersecurity.
Captures the management and security of financial data through integrated software solutions.
Examines the importance of studying fake news proliferation by detecting coordinated inauthentic behavior.
This title is an ideal read for senior undergraduates, graduate students, and professionals in fields including ergonomics, human factors, human-computer interaction, computer engineering, and psychology.