Data from a wearable on heart rate and heart rate variability is already being collected via our proprietary hardware. This data from 50 students gives insights into stress (through HRV analysis alongside accelerometer data).
PriVELT will address the two-sided challenges associated with offering a seamless and highly personalised end-to-end travel experience while balancing the privacy and security needs of leisure travellers.
The BeVID project aims to develop a robust methodological approach in using HATs for research. It will document how to set up respondent panels, create rules and put in place tests for reliability, and validity.
The project's overall aim is therefore to develop a framework through which we can analyse the behavioural co-evolution of cybersecurity/cybercrime ecosystems and effectively influence behaviours of a range of actors in the ecosystems in order to reduce human-related risks.