School of Computer Science
Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
Psychologist and Defence-Funded Researcher within the School of Computer Science, University of Adelaide.
I have recently completed my PhD in Psychology in a topic focusing on the human aspects of cybersecurity.
I am interested in the human aspects of cybersecurity. My work relates to the ways in which employee motivation, fatigue, and risk perception influence information security awareness and workplace behaviour.
Awards and Achievements
Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount 2018 Scholarship Research Training Program Stipend The University of Adelaide Australia 2018 Scholarship HDR Student Top-Up Scholarship Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG) Australia 2017 Award Faculty prize for best presentation Beacon Undergraduate Research Conference (BeaCUR 2017) Australia 2012 Scholarship Adelaide Access Scholarship The University of Adelaide Australia
Date Institution name Country Title 2012 - 2017 University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Psychology (First Class Honours)
Year Citation 2021 Reeves, A., Delfabbro, P., & Calic, D. (2021). Encouraging Employee Engagement With Cybersecurity: How to Tackle Cyber Fatigue. SAGE Open, 11(1), 1-18.
DOI Scopus9 WoS4
2021 Reeves, A., Calic, D., & Delfabbro, P. (2021). “Get a red-hot poker and open up my eyes, it's so boring”¹: employee perceptions of cybersecurity training. Computers & Security, 106, 1-13.
Year Citation 2020 Reeves, A., Parsons, K., & Calic, D. (2020). Whose risk is it anyway: How do risk perception and organisational commitment affect employee information security awareness?. In HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust. Vol. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS, Vol: 12210) (pp. 232-249). Switzerland AG: Springer, Cham.
2020 Reeves, A., Calic, D., & Delfabbro, P. (2020). Sleeping with the enemy: Does depletion cause fatigue with cybersecurity?. In Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) Vol. 12210 LNCS (pp. 217-231). Switzerland: Springer Nature.
2017 Reeves, A., Parsons, K., & Calic, D. (2017). Securing mobile devices: Evaluating the relationship between risk perception, organisational commitment and information security awareness. In Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium of Human Aspects of Information Security and Assurance (HAISA 2017) (pp. 145-155). Adelaide, South Australia: Centre for Security, Communications and Network Research (CSCAN).
2018 Academic Tutor for Foundations of Health and Lifespan Development (Year 2 Undergraduate course)
Date Topic Presented at Institution Country 2022 - 2022 Why the “People are just doing dumb things!” narrative is not helpful - Using Personal Construct Psychology to understand employee reactions to Cyber Security Training programs. APS 14th Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference (IOP2022), Gold Coast, Australia AUstralian Psychological Society Australia 2019 - 2019 Feeling fatigued? Applying the limited strength model to cybersecurity (3MT presentation) APS 13th Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference (IOP2019) Australian Psychological Society 2019 - 2019 Are you tired of cybersecurity? The four component model of Cyber Fatigue Data61 & DST Cyber Summer School 2019 CSIRO in collaboration with Defence Science and Technology Group 2017 - 2017 How at-risk are you at work? Understanding the relationship between risk perceptions, organisational commitment and employee Information Security Awareness Australasian Conference of Undergraduate Research (ACUR 2017) University of Adelaide Australia 2017 - 2017 How at-risk are you at work? Understanding the relationship between risk perceptions, organisational commitment and employee Information Security Awareness Beacon Conference of Undergraduate Research (BeaCUR 2017) University of Adelaide Australia
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