Research Group Sociotechnical Cybersecurity (IRiSC)

Sociotechnical Cybersecurity

Systems that hide design flaws, puzzle users, or fail to implement security requirements remain exposed to misuses and cyberattacks.

Our Research

Reliable, secure, and trustworthy systems have no bugs or design flaws, are easy to use, and compliant with standards. IRiSC recognises this complexity and integrates methods from social sciences and legal compliance into computer science to conduct research on sociotechnical cybersecurity.

IRiSC in numbers

  • 11

Head of Research Group

Prof. Gabriele Lenzini

Associate Professor in Computer Science

The Research Group is Part Of