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Corporate Security

with the user at heart

What Is Muses?

Focuses on the risks introduced by the user, not by external attackers

Enforces corporate security policies

Informs users of the risk situation

Preserves users’ privacy

Allows taking advantage of opportunities

Research & Development

Usable persuasive security

Risk, trust and opportunity

Context awareness

Rule learning

Security in mobile work environments

Legal considerations


Reduction in user-motivated security incidents and their associated cost.

Mitigating the arguments against the adoption of BYOD and Corporate-Owned, Personally Enabled programs.

Increased understanding of legal issues with reference to the control of users’ behavior in corporate networks.

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Yung Shin Van Der Sype

We derive requirements and guidelines for app developers on how to contribute to the protection of their users’ data

Yung Shin Van Der SypeLegal Researcher ICRI/CIR KU Leuven
Enrico Frumento

We blend our private and professional lives due to the flexibility to work at any time from different locations

Enrico FrumentoSenior Security Expert Wind Telecomunicazioni
Paloma de las Cuevas

Computational Intelligence techniques are used in order to endow the system with a self-adaptation ability

Paloma de las CuevasResearcher from Universidad de Granada
Dr Jean-Marc Seigneur

The Bring-YourOwn-Device trend is a fact and it is the reason we survey in this paper how computational trust and risk metrics may help mitigating those new risks in a more dynamic way than in the past.

Dr Jean-Marc SeigneurSenior Lecturer and Research Manager. University of Geneva
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 MUSES – Multiplatform Usable Endpoint Security
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No. 318508 
The overall purpose of MUSES is to foster corporate security by reducing the risks introduced by user behaviour.

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