Social Constructionism provides a means to help understand and diagnose how humans experience security systems. We use Qualitative Research methods to systematically discover what it means to the participants to engage in socio-technical security systems. We are interested in using psychological theories to help diagnose and understand these experiences and how they may impact the security objectives; these insights may in turn help identify potential remedies. We are also developing rigorous models of this human experience that could be used as part of a formal analysis of the interoperation between human experience and system operation.