Leah Zhang-Kennedy
Leah Zhang-Kennedy
Assistant Professor, Stratford School of Interaction Design and Business, University of Waterloo
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A systematic review of multimedia tools for cybersecurity awareness and education
L Zhang-Kennedy, S Chiasson
ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) 54 (1), 1-39, 2021
From nosy little brothers to stranger-danger: Children and parents' perception of mobile threats
L Zhang-Kennedy, C Mekhail, Y Abdelaziz, S Chiasson
Proceedings of the The 15th International Conference on Interaction Design …, 2016
Revisiting password rules: facilitating human management of passwords
L Zhang-Kennedy, S Chiasson, P van Oorschot
2016 APWG symposium on electronic crime research (eCrime), 1-10, 2016
The role of instructional design in persuasion: A comics approach for improving cybersecurity
L Zhang-Kennedy, S Chiasson, R Biddle
International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 32 (3), 215-257, 2016
Cyberheroes: The design and evaluation of an interactive ebook to educate children about online privacy
L Zhang-Kennedy, Y Abdelaziz, S Chiasson
International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction 13, 10-18, 2017
Password advice shouldn't be boring: Visualizing password guessing attacks
L Zhang-Kennedy, S Chiasson, R Biddle
2013 APWG eCrime Researchers Summit, 1-11, 2013
Stop clicking on “update later”: Persuading users they need up-to-date antivirus protection
L Zhang-Kennedy, S Chiasson, R Biddle
Persuasive Technology: 9th International Conference, PERSUASIVE 2014, Padua …, 2014
The aftermath of a crypto-ransomware attack at a large academic institution
L Zhang-Kennedy, H Assal, J Rocheleau, R Mohamed, K Baig, ...
27th USENIX Security Symposium (USENIX Security 18), 1061-1078, 2018
Teaching with an interactive e-book to improve children's online privacy knowledge
L Zhang-Kennedy, S Chiasson
Proceedings of the The 15th International Conference on Interaction Design …, 2016
Password advice shouldn't be boring: Visualizing password guessing attacks. In eCrime Researchers Summit (eCRS), 2013 (pp. 1-11)
L Zhang-Kennedy, S Chiasson, R Biddle
IEEE, 2013
Engaging children about online privacy through storytelling in an interactive comic
L Zhang-Kennedy, K Baig, S Chiasson
Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2017), 2017
" Whether it's moral is a whole other story": Consumer perspectives on privacy regulations and corporate data practices
L Zhang-Kennedy, S Chiasson
Seventeenth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2021), 197-216, 2021
Privacytoon: Concept-driven storytelling with creativity support for privacy concepts
S Suh, S Lamorea, E Law, L Zhang-Kennedy
Proceedings of the 2022 ACM Designing Interactive Systems Conference, 41-57, 2022
Visualizations to teach about mobile online privacy
C Mekhail, L Zhang-Kennedy, S Chiasson
Persuasive Technology Conference (poster), 2014
Secure comics: an interactive comic series for improving cyber security and privacy
L Zhang-Kennedy, R Biddle, S Chiasson
Scienceopen, 2017
Geo-Phisher: The design and evaluation of information visualizations about internet phishing trends
L Zhang-Kennedy, E Fares, S Chiasson, R Biddle
2016 APWG Symposium on Electronic Crime Research (eCrime), 1-12, 2016
Using comics to teach users about mobile online privacy
L Zhang-Kennedy, S Chiasson
Technical Report TR-14-02, School of Computer Science, Carleton University …, 2014
Understanding individual differences: factors affecting secure computer behaviour
M Hull, L Zhang-Kennedy, K Baig, S Chiasson
Behaviour & Information Technology 41 (15), 3237-3263, 2022
Comprehending the crypto-curious: How investors and inexperienced potential investors perceive and practice cryptocurrency trading
H Hadan, L Zhang-Kennedy, L Nacke, V Mäkelä
International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction, 1-22, 2023
Multimedia Approaches for Improving Children's Privacy and Security Knowledge and Persuading Behaviour Change
L Zhang-Kennedy
Carleton University, 2017
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