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Applying User-Centered Design Techniques for Augmenting Human Perception in Cyber Warfare - Frank Cohee (BSides Huntsville 2014) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Applying User-Centered Design Techniques for Augmenting Human Perception in Cyber Warfare
Frank Cohee

Cyber situational awareness is complicated by the increasing speed, size and complexity of data related to network analysis, deviation in behavioral characteristics and alert mechanisms. By structuring the visualization of data around the cognitive needs and limitations of the user, developers can increase the capabilities of cyber operators and information security response systems. Additionally, the application of user-centered design, decision-support structures and abstracted data representations can result in augmented human performance for cyber operators.

Bio: Cyber security architect and user experience (UX) concept designer with an eighteen year proven record in secure network architectures, information security, cyber warfare operations and solving the human side of big data. In addition Frank has extensive experience expanding market penetration and driving innovation through customer-focused strategies, developing new business and creating successful cyber operating units. Couples expertise in information security engineering with creative conceptual design to create augmented human performance solutions. Specialization in solutions for protection and perception of critical operating environments including complex enterprises, tactical weapon systems, national critical infrastructure, power generation plants and relays, satellite control systems, embedded systems and highly classified development environments.

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