The Security and Privacy group in the School of Informatics represents a broad group of researchers ranging from cryptography and formal verification to human factors and social aspects. The group's interdisciplinary work pools expertise from many people from both within Informatics and from other departments in the University as well as industry and external collaborators.

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  • Deciding on Personalised Ads: Nudging Developers About User Privacy 

    Tahaei, Mohammad; Vaniea, Kami
    Online experiment survey data associated with the below paper. The survey-based online experiment was conducted with 400 participants with experience in mobile app development. There were six conditions where the framing ...
  • Opinions on Weblinks 

    Albakry, Sara; Vaniea, Kami; Wolters, Maria
    This document provides a concrete version of the survey used in the URL reading experiment conducted in April 2017 and reported in the associated paper to appear at CHI'20 on 25 April, 2020. This documentation serves two ...
  • A Survey on Developer-Centred Security 

    Tahaei, Mohammad; Vaniea, Kami
    Our research reports a systematic literature review of 49 publications on security studies with software developer participants. These attached files are: - A BibTeX file: includes all 49 references in BibTex format. - ...