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Cognitive Triaging of Phishing Attacks

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Apr 30 2019 Luca

Upcoming at @USENIXSecurity 2019 "Cognitive Triaging of Phishing Attacks". Extremely proud supervisor of Amber v.d. Heijden; this is her MSc thesis work (!) @TUeindhoven (@TUe_MCS) Paper available shortly, stay tuned! https://t.co/zlVeJWF1e8
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May 31 2019 Luca

the @USENIXSecurity program is out, and it looks amazing! https://www.usenix.org/conference/usenixsecurity19/technical-sessions Final version of our paper "Cognitive Triaging of Phishing Attacks" here 👉 https://arxiv.org/pdf/1905.02162.pdf see you there, esp. if you want to chat about interdisciplinary takes on phishing!
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May 07 2019 Luca

paper available here (pre-print): https://arxiv.org/abs/1905.02162. See thread below for an overview 👇
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May 07 2019 Alexandre Dulaunoy

"Cognitive Triaging of Phishing Attacks" to prioritize the take-down of phishing having a higher chance to succeed based on the response rate of the targets. A practical use of cognitive vulnerability measurement, well done. https://arxiv.org/pdf/1905.02162.pdf https://t.co/6amyG1nlum
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Jun 06 2019 Jason Trost

Cognitive Triaging of Phishing Attacks https://arxiv.org/pdf/1905.02162.pdf via @USENIXSecurity
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May 10 2019 Arrigo Triulzi

A. van der Hejden and L. Allodi, “Cognitive Triaging of Phishing Attacks” […quantitative measurements of cognitive vulnerability triggers in phishing emails… shows an effective triaging mechanism for phishing success can be put in place…] https://arxiv.org/abs/1905.02162
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Jun 05 2019 Luca

@agentofuser @daniel_bilar Anything that relates to previous decisions the victim (almost certainly) took. Fictitious shared experience can also work. In the paper there are a few examples, see table 1 and sec 3.2 https://arxiv.org/pdf/1905.02162.pdf https://t.co/tY2i2bHh7C
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