Users remain a weak link in computer security due, in part, to their level of security message disregard. We examine how dual-task interference (DTI) influences fine motor control in the brain in response to security messages, allowing us to develop measures of DTI using mouse-cursor tracking and mobile indicators (e.g., accelerometer and geolocation data) for desktop and mobile devices, respectively.
Anderson, Bonnie; Vance, Anthony; Kirwan, Brock; and Jenkins, Jeffrey, "“Not Now:” Using fMRI and Eye Tracking to Improve the Timing of Security Messages" (2015). WISP 2015 Proceedings. 23.