IDEAS.TED.COM. Why we fall for phishing emails — and how we can protect ourselves.
BusinessWire: Researchers Win Awards For Papers at APWG’s 14th Annual eCrime Research Symposium. https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20191216005151/en/University-Cambridge-New-York-University-Researchers-Win
CNBC: Checking your email when you’re grouchy could make you less likely to fall for phishing scams. https://www.cnbc.com/2019/08/27/security-researcher-tips-to-avoid-falling-for-gmail-phishing-scams.html
ZDNET: Phishing emails: Here’s why we are still getting caught out after all these years. https://tinyurl.com/y2wxgnnp
FastCompany: We keep falling for phishing emails, and Google just revealed why. https://www.fastcompany.com/90387855/we-keep-falling-for-phishing-emails-and-google-just-revealed-why
Infosecurity Magazine: BHUSA: Phishing Attacks Categorized as Extreme, Boutique an Bulk. https://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/news/bhusa-phishing-attacks/
MIT Technology Review: How phishing attacks trick our brains – Why you’re more of a sucker than you think. https://www.technologyreview.com/s/614095/how-phishing-attacks-trick-our-brains/
CNET: Hackers want you to be happy. People in a good mood are easier to trick, research says. https://tinyurl.com/yxz82bku
Our work Uncovering Age-Related Vulnerabilities in Trust-Related Decision Making: a Brain-Behavior Analysis has been selected as a Hot Topic for press release at the Society for Neuroscience Neuroscience Symposium 2018.
Teaming up to fight phishing. UF news: http://news.ufl.edu/articles/2018/08/teaming-up-to-fight-phishing.php?platform=hootsuite
Faculty Spotlight: https://fics.institute.ufl.edu/faculty-spotlight-dr-daniela-oliveira/
Swiss CyberStorm: https://www.swisscyberstorm.com/2017/06/29/Introducing_Daniela_Oliveira.html
We need to talk about Granny: She’s Way More Likely to Fall for Phishing (The Register, 1.31.17)
Answering questions about Cyber Security from a broad audience, live on University of Florida TV: http://mediasite.video.ufl.edu/Mediasite/Play/4505346b2e2f4f1bb1e3fed25f79d5991d