NeuroIS is a hot topic of research in recent years, and cognitive neuroscience has found a new way to explain the underlying causes of human behavior in the field of information security research. By searching the research status of cognitive neuroscience in information security behavior research, we found that the number is gradually increasing, and the most frequently used neurocognitive tools are fMRI, EEG and eye tracking. Then a brief description of the application of each tool. Through combing the existing literature, it is found that cognitive neuroscience has become an important research subdomains in the information security behavior, and the research context has been clarified, which has provided guidance for subsequent research.
Wang, Zhiying; Deng, Hangyu; Wang, Nianxin; and Ge, Shilun, "A Review on Cognitive Neuroscience in Information Security Behavior" (2019). WHICEB 2019 Proceedings. 24.