In the movie “Life is Beautiful”, Guido Orefice, the character interpreted by Roberto Benigni, convinces his son Giosuè that they have been interned in a nazi concentration camp not because they are Jews but because they are actually taking part in a long and complex game in which they, and in particular Giosuè, must perform the tasks that the guards give them. A ghastly experience is turned into a livable, at times even almost enjoyable, one. In this position paper, we advocate that, in the same spirit as Guido’s ingenious trick of turning a nazi camp into a sort of playground for his child, security should be beautiful; and if it isn’t so yet, it should then be made beautiful, so that the users experience it in that way. This is, of course, an extremely challenging objective, and we will discuss through further scenarios a few ways in which it could be made possible in the future. It turns out that the Peppa Pig cartoon may also be inspiring.
|Titolo:||Security is Beautiful|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.01 Contributo in atti di convegno|