Behavioral Ideas Lab, Inc.

For A Report On How Behavioral Science Can Improve Cybersecurity

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A grant to the Behavioral Ideas Lab, Inc. (ideas42) will allow it to apply a behavioral science framework to cybersecurity policy and examine behavioral challenges in cybersecurity at the levels of the end-users, IT administrators and organizations and in the policy environment. It will also assess implications for behaviorally informed solutions to cybersecurity policy challenges and publish a 50-60 page white paper that fills this knowledge gap. Ideas42 will work jointly with an existing grantee, New America, which will bring considerable cybersecurity expertise to the project.
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