Finding and Resolving Security Misusability with Misusability Cases: accepted at Requirements Engineering journal

My doctoral research on Misusability Cases has been accepted for publication in the Requirements Engineering journal.  Misusability Cases are scenarios which describe the impact of design decisions that lead to usability problems that subsequently lead to system misuse.  The paper describes this technique, a case study illustrating its use, and some of the broader implications of this work.


Thanks to Bournemouth University’s Open Access Fund, the paper is freely available under Springer’s open access scheme here.

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