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A University of Surrey-led study is giving 1.1 million GBP to researchers to discover why human error is the cause of so many cyberattacks and why users don't seem to learn from cybersecurity awareness initiatives, CSO reports. "The project's overall aim is therefore to develop a framework through which we can analyze the behavioral co-evolution of cybersecurity/cybercrime ecosystems and effectively influence behaviors of a range of actors in the ecosystems in order to reduce human-related risks," the researchers write. The project will take two years and begin in April, and will include contributors from multiple disciplines, like crime science, engineering, computer science, engineering, and behavioral science at University of Surrey, TRL, University of Warwick, and UCL.
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