Keywords:  Privacy,

2017

Linking Behavioral and Physiological Responses in Virtual Reality to Privacy and Security Outcomes

Coye Cheshire, Associate Professor, School of Information, UC Berkeley

Using controlled, laboratory-based designs, this team of researchers will explore how virtual reality (VR), combined with small wearable biometric devices and eye-tracking technologies, can help generate behavioral profiles in simulated social interaction scenarios. The results will be of interest to those who aim to discretely identify (and perhaps correct) individuals who are most likely make security and privacy-related mistakes, such as correctional officers or law enforcement officers.