Borce Stojkovski is currently a PhD researcher in Cybersecurity at the SnT, University of Luxembourg, focusing on Socio-technical aspects of security and privacy for system protection. More specifically, Borce conducts research on the role of user experience and collaborates with industry partners to design systems that fulfil user expectations in terms of system security and usability. Prior to this, he worked as an independent consultant and was the CEO of Kavensis, a family-run business.
A preliminary user experience evaluation of MISP (Work in Progress)
MISP is an open source threat intelligence platform used by more than 6000 organizations worldwide, ranging from NATO to national CSIRTs and private sector actors. As a technically-advanced information sharing platform that caters for a diverse set of security information workers with distinct needs and objectives, MISP has to pay an equal amount of attention to the user experience in order to maximize and optimize the amount of threat information that is contributed and consumed by the different user groups. Here, we present the first step of our ongoing research that aims to quantify and qualify the user experience of MISP.