M.Sc. Muriel Frank

Research Assistant
M.Sc. Muriel Frank

M.Sc. Muriel Frank

Research Assistant
Muriel Frank is a research assistant at the efl-The Data Science Institute. She works in the field of information security. In particular, she is interested in behavioral decision-making with regard to information security, the impact of personality on compliance behavior of employees, and assistance systems.

One of her recent research project aims at developing a support system that helps users to increase their own information security awareness in real-time while at the same offering approriate solutions and support by AI-based learning processes.

Publications

VHB A

Frank, Muriel / Ranft, Lukas Manuel (2021)
Using Machine Learning Techniques to Explore Extra-Role Security Behavior
Proceedings of the 42nd International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)
Frank, Muriel (2020)
Using Calibration to Help Overcome Information Security Overconfidence
Proceedings of the 41st International Conference on Information Systems

VHB B

Frank, Muriel / Wagner, Niklas Paul / Ranft, Lukas Manuel (2022)
Who Gets Phished? Insights From a Contextual Clustering Analysis Across Three Continents
Proceedings of the 30th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)
Frank, Muriel / Jäger, Lennart / Ranft, Lukas Manuel (2022)
Contextual drivers of employees' phishing susceptibility: Insights from a field study
Decision Support Systems
Frank, Muriel (2021)
Combatting the Neutralization of Security Policy Violations: Insights from the Healthcare Sector
Proceedings of the 29th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)

VHB C

Frank, Muriel / Ament, Clara (2021)
How Motivation Shapes the Sharing of Information Security Incident Experience
Proceedings of the 53rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
Frank, Muriel / Kohn, Vanessa (2021)
How to Mitigate Security-Related Stress: The Role of Psychological Capital
Proceedings of the 53rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
Frank, Muriel (2020)
Sharing Information Security Failure: The Role of Social Context and Social Environment
Proceedings of the 23rd Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS 2020).

Sponsors

The following sponsors support efl - the Data Science Institute Frankfurt