Custom Solutions for Diverse Needs: Laying the Foundation for Tailored SETA Programs in the Healthcare Domain

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2024-01-03
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Rampold, Florian
Heinsohn, Julia
Schütz, Florian
Klein, Julia
Keller, Thomas
Masuch, Kristin
Warwas, Julia
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In recent years, the number of data breaches in the healthcare sector has steadily increased. As a result, security, education, training, and awareness programs are recognized as an integral part of educating employees about security threats. Although these programs are considered commonplace in many organizations, they often follow one-size-fits-all approaches that could hinder the success of security training. In this study, we address this issue by conducting a domain analysis for IT-secure behavior in healthcare using the evidence centered assessment design. We define the representative target group as caregivers and physicians in hospitals. Subsequently, we observe the work tasks and assets of both job profiles in three hospitals in Germany to determine the most relevant security threats in the domain. In this way, we extend the cyber security domain model of Schuetz et al. (2023) and pave the way for developing tailored SETA programs in the healthcare domain.
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Security and Privacy Challenges for Healthcare, domain analysis, evidence centered assessment design, observational study, risk assessment, seta
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10 pages
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Proceedings of the 57th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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