Prosper Yeng

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Prosper Yeng

Ph.D. started in: 2019
Expected year of graduation: 2022
COINS consortium member: Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Supervised by: Bian Yang
Links: Cristin
Research area: Security Management
Project title: Healthcare Security Practice Analysis, Modeling and Incentivization
Project description: Analyzing and modeling healthcare staffs’ security practices by observing their practices. The observation is done through modeling their access control related data. The psycho-socio-cultural and socio-demographic characteristics relating to information security would also be modeled and analyzed. The gap between the staffs’ behavior and the expected security practices are obtained in the form of metrics. Incentivization techniques are then used to bridge the gap.

Publications:

  1. Livinus Obiora Nweke, Prosper Yeng, Stephen Wolthusen, Bian Yang (2020). Understanding Attribute-based Access Control for Modelling and Analysing Healthcare Professionals’ Security Practices
  2. Prosper Yeng, Livinus Obiora Nweke, Ashenafi Zebene Woldaregay, Bian Yang, Einar Arthur Snekkenes (2020). Data-Driven and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Approach for Modelling and Analyzing Healthcare Security Practice: A Systematic Review
  3. Ogerta Elezaj, Sule Yildirim Yayilgan, Mohamed Ali Saleh Abomhara, Prosper Yeng, Javed Ahmed (2019). Data-driven Intrusion Detection System for Small and Medium Enterprises
  4. Prosper Yeng, Peter Nimbe, Benjamin Asubam Weyori, Terje Solvoll, Bian Yang (2019). Web Vulnerability Measures for SMEs
  5. Prosper Yeng, Ashenafi Zebene Woldaregay, Gunnar Hartvigsen (2019). K-CUSUM: Cluster Detection Mechanism in EDMON
  6. Prosper Yeng, Ashenafi Zebene Woldaregay, Gunnar Hartvigsen (2019). K-CUSUM: Cluster Detection Mechanism in EDMON
  7. Prosper Yeng, Bian Yang, Einar Arthur Snekkenes (2019). Healthcare Staffs’ Information Security Practices Towards Mitigating Data Breaches: A Literature Survey
  8. Prosper Yeng, Bian Yang, Einar Arthur Snekkenes (2019). Observational Measures for Effective Profiling of Healthcare Staffs’ Security Practices
  9. Prosper Yeng, Bian Yang, Einar Arthur Snekkenes (2019). Observational measures for effective profiling of healthcare staffs? security practices
Courses attended:
  1. IMT6004 COINS Workshop (NTNU), 1 ECTS, 2019
Events attended with COINS funding:
  1. NISK 2019, Narvik, Norway, 2019
  2. COINS PhD student seminar 2019, Narvik, Norway, 2019
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