George Mason University
George Mason University Mason
George Mason University

CYSE 470: Human Factors and Cyber Security Engineering

Instructor Information

Section Information

This course explores the human factor in cyber security engineering. The focus is on understanding human performance characteristics and limitations, and the various research, design, and evaluation methods needed to address them when engineering secure systems. Topics include, for example, perception, cognition, memory, situation awareness, decision making, stress, automation, and human-computer display and interaction design principles.

Course Information from University Catalog

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

Instructor Information
Expertise