Germany's most highly funded research award was presented in Berlin. André Platzer conducts research at KIT on the safety of computer assistance systems.
The paper "Awareness, Intention, (In)Action: Individuals’ Reactions to Data Breaches" by Peter Mayer, Yixin Zou, Byron M. Lowens, Hunter A. Dyer, Khue Le, Florian Schaub, and Adam J. Aviv was accepted for publication in the journal ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI).
The study is a follow-up to the USENIX paper “‘Now I’m a bit angry:’ Individuals’ Awareness, Perception, and Responses to Data Breaches that Affected Them” from 2021. The main survey in which the authors presented participants with up to three breaches that affected them, was complemented with a follow-up survey in which the authors investigated whether the main study participants followed through with their intentions to act.