Faily, S., 2011. Security goes to ground: on the applicability of Security Entrepreneurship to Grassroot Activism. In: CHI 2011 Workshop on HCI, Politics and the City: Engaging with Urban Grassroots Movements for Reflection and Action, 7-12 May 2011, Vancouver, BC, Canada .
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Designing security for grassroot movements raises several challenges not particular to the organisations that conven- tional approaches to security design cater for. Drawing on analogies between Social Entrepreneurship and Grassroot Activism, adopting an entrepreneurial approach to security design may lead to security design decisions which are both in-tune with a grassroot movement’s aims and cost effec- tive. This position paper considers the applicability of Secu- rity Entrepreneurship for security design in grassroot move- ments. Using a SWOT analysis, we discuss the strengths and weaknesses or this approach, before considering exter- nal threats and opportunities arising its prolonged adoption.
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|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Social Entrepreneurship, Security Entrepreneurship, User- Centered Design|
|Group:||Faculty of Science & Technology|
|Deposited By:||Unnamed user with email symplectic@symplectic|
|Deposited On:||09 Jun 2015 14:30|
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