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Second International Conference on Human Aspects of Information Security & Assurance (HAISA 2008)
Title: secalyser – a system to plan training for employees
Author(s): Jan Schlüter, Stephanie Teufel
Keywords: measure human security, plan training, secalyser, improve information security, identification of the need of action
Abstract: Secalyser uses an approach to measure knowledge and behaviour of employees in consideration of information technology, especially in consideration of human security aspects. Furthermore secalyser is able to find out the need of action and recommends actions for automatically selected groups to improve information security.
The evaluation of the need of action is done by one of two specially developed survey tools, and by a new interpolation system integrated into secalyser.
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