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
Frank, Muriel (2020)
Using Calibration to Help Overcome Information Security Overconfidence
Proceedings of the 41st International Conference on Information Systems

VHB B

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