Bonnie Anderson was interviewed on BYU Radio’s Top of Mind With Julie Rose program about the Neurosecurity Lab’s research. They discussed specifically why and how we are doing our research, what our findings are, and how we are working with Google and others to implement improved security message design.
From Julie Rose’s introduction:
Improving our security online is a $67 billion-year business. It’s huge. And yet, what’s your instinct when you’re surfing the web and a little window pops up warning you could be at risk? Most of us hit ignore and move on. We, the human users, are the weak link in internet security. But it’s not all our fault. Studies conducted in the neurosecurity lab here at BYU show our biology deserves some of the blame, too.
You can listen to their 17-minute conversation here.