arXiv:2403.07018v1 Announce Type: new
Abstract: Designing secure information infrastructure is a function of design and usability. However, security is seldom given priority when systems are being developed. Secure design practices should balance between functionality (i.e., proper design) to meet minimum requirements and user-friendliness. Design recommendations such as those with a user-centric approach (i.e., inclusive of only relevant information, user liberty) and presenting information within its proper context in a clear and engaging manner has been scientifically shown to improve user response and experience.

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