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Journal Articles:

  1. Dincelli, E., & Chengalur-Smith, I. N. (2020). Choose your own training adventure: Designing a gamified SETA artefact for improving information security and privacy through interactive storytelling. European Journal of Information Systems.
  2. DePaula, N., Dincelli, E., & Harrison, T. (2018). Toward a typology of government social media communication: Democratic goals, symbolic acts and self-presentationGovernment Information Quarterly, 35(1), pp. 98-108.
  3. DePaula, N., Dincelli, E. (2018). Affect and dialogue on government social media: How citizens respond to government posts. First Monday, 23(4).
  4. Goel, S., Williams, K. & Dincelli, E. (2017). Got phished? Internet security and human vulnerabilityJournal of the Association for Information Systems, 18(1), pp. 22-44.

Peer Reviewed Conference Presentations:

  1. Dincelli, E., Yayla, A., & Kusyk, Ł.* (2020, August). Cyber Attack! A story-driven Educational hacking game. In Proceedings of the 16th Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS) 2020. Boston, MA.
  2. Dincelli, E., & Yayla, A. (2020, June). A landmine or a goldmine? Identifying security concerns of browser-based cryptocurrency mining. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS) 2020. Marrakesh, Morocco.
  3. Al Nuaim, A.*, Ramirez, R., & Dincelli, E. (2020, August). Narratives and information security policy compliance: A narrative policy framework perspective. In Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) 2020. Salt Lake City, UT.
  4. Yayla, A., & Dincelli, E. (2019, October). Browser-based cryptocurrency mining as an alternative to online advertising: A view from the security vs. privacy perspective. In Proceedings of 2019 IFIP 8.11/11.13 Dewald Roode Information Security Research Workshop. Bossier City, LA.
  5. Dincelli, E., & Chengalur-Smith, I. N. (2019, August). Choose your own hacking adventure: Contextualized storytelling to enhance security education and training. In Proceedings of the 15th Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS) 2019. Santa Clara, CA.
  6. Dincelli, E., & Zhou, X. (2018, August). Disclosure of stigmatized sexual health issues in online support communities. In Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) 2018. New Orleans, LA.
  7. Dincelli, E., & Chengalur, I. N. (2017, December). Applying the transtheoretical model of behavior change to online self-disclosure. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2017, Seoul, South Korea.
  8. Dincelli, E., & Zhou, X. (2017, August). Examining self-disclosure on wearable devices: The roles of benefit structure and privacy calculus. In Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) 2017, Boston, MA.
  9. Dincelli, E., Goel, S. & Warkentin, M. (2017, August). Understanding Nuances of Privacy and Security in the Context of Information Systems. In Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) 2017, Boston, MA.
  10. Dincelli, E., & Goel, S. (2017, January). Can privacy and security be friends? A cultural framework to differentiate security and privacy behaviors on online social networks. In Proceedings of Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) 2017, Waikoloa, HI, USA.
  11. Dincelli, E., Hong, Y., & DePaula, N. (2016, October). Information diffusion and opinion change during the Gezi Park protests: Homophily or social influence? In Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) 2016. Copenhagen, Denmark. (Peer reviewed poster).
  12. DePaula, N., & Dincelli, E. (2016, June). An empirical analysis of local government social media communication. In Proceedings of 17th International Digital Government Research Conference (dg.o) 2016. Shanghai, China. pp. 348-356.
  13. Dincelli, E., & Goel, S. (2015, October). Research design for study of cultural and societal influence on online privacy behavior. In Proceedings of 2015 IFIP 8.11/11.13 Dewald Roode Information Security Research Workshop. Newark, DE, USA.
  14. Califano, A.*, Dincelli, E., & Goel, S. (2015, June). Using features of cloud computing to defend smart grid against DDoS attacks. In Proceedings of 10th Annual Symposium on Information Assurance (ASIA) 2015. Albany, NY, USA. pp. 44-50.
  15. Goel, S., Dincelli, E., Parker, A., & Sprissler, E. (2014, November). Enabling a self-organized traffic system in existing legacy hardware. In Proceedings of International Conference on Connected Vehicles and Expo (ICCVE) 2014, IEEE. Vienna, Austria. pp. 925-930.

Book Chapters:

  1. Dincelli, E., Zhou, X., Yayla, A., & Jafarian, H. (2020). Wearable devices and privacy concerns: Data collection, analysis, and interpretation. In D. Sen & R. Ahmed (Eds.). Privacy Concerns Surrounding Personal Information Sharing on Health and Fitness Mobile Applications. IGI Global: Hershey, PA.
  2. Dincelli, E. (2018). The role of national culture in shaping information security and privacy behaviors. In S. Goel (Ed.). Innovation in Information Security (Vol. 4). pp. 47-68. World Scientific Publishing.

Peer Reviewed Panels:

  1. Taylor, N. G., Hagen, L., Dincelli, E., Bashir, M., & Unsworth, K. (2017, October). Wearable devices: Information privacy, policy, and user behavior. In Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) 2017. Washington, DC.
  2. Hagen, L., DePaula, N., Dincelli, E., Caidi, N., & Rorissa, A. (2013, November). Electronic governmentaround the world: Current trends and future prospects. In Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) 2013. Montreal, QC, Canada.

*Student Advisee