Carstens contributes to Informing Science Journal

Informing Science Journal has published a paper written by Deborah Sater Carstens, Ph.D., School of Management assistant professor of management
information systems. The paper is entitled #&34;Evaluation of the Human Impact of Password Authentication Practices on Information Security#&34;
and can be found in the journal#&39;s Volume 7, 2004, edition. Dr. Carstens#&39; co-authors are Pamela McCauley-Bell, Linda Malone and Ronald
DeMara, all of the University of Central Florida. Dr. Carstens#&39; research interests are human error analysis, process and safety optimization, and
patient safety. Informing Science is the international journal of an emerging transdiscipline which publishes articles that provide insight into how best
to inform clients using information technology. Dr. Annie Becker, School of Management professor of management information systems, is the
journal#&39;s editor-in-chief. Dr. Judith Barlow, School of Management associate professor of management information systems, is an associate editor.

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