The Human-Centric Cybersecurity Summer Report Project brings together postgraduate students across Canada to work with our private and public partners. Together, the teams produce reports analyzing wicked cybersecurity problems through a transdisciplinary lens.
This project provides students with an opportunity to learn, improve skills, access mentors, work with industry and government partners and experience the practice of research, all while advancing the greater understanding of cybersecurity for the benefit of the Canadian cybersecurity ecosystem.
The 2022 Summer school program presents a three-volume series comprising the following reports:
Challenges of Virtual Trust: A Matter of Cooperation, Education, and Cybersecurity
Digital Twins: Cyber Security Prospects, Pitfalls, and Recommendations
Cybersecurity Through Human Behaviour
These reports analyze these critical, current and pressing issues through societal, regulatory and behavioural lenses.
Adediji, D., Aldridge, M., Ouellet, M., Puopolo, A., Thompson, D., & Frank, R. (2022) Challenges of Virtual Trust: A Matter of Cooperation, Education, and Cybersecurity. Human-Centric Cybersecurity Partnership HC2P.
Wassim Samy Azzoug, W. S., Canaan, R. G., Islam, M. K., Lakpini, C. S. Malone, M., Smalley, C., Woo, T. & David Murakami Wood, D. (2022) Digital Twins: Cyber Security Prospects, Pitfalls, and Recommendations. Human-Centric Cybersecurity Partnership HC2P.
Liu, S., Sayoto-Poulin, C., Rim, S., Seval D., Vanderkooi, D., Warkentin, N. & Décary-Hétu, D. (2022) Cybersecurity Through Human Behaviour. Human-Centric Cybersecurity Partnership HC2P.