The impact of security surveys within Australia and New Zealand
Warren, Matthew and Leitch, Shona 2007, The impact of security surveys within Australia and New Zealand, in Proceedings of the 5th Australian Information Security Management Conference, Edith Cowan University, Perth, W.A., pp. 152-156.
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Information security is portrayed as a global problem that impacts all countries that are considered as part of the Information Society. Recent surveys show that there are increased concerns about computer crime. The paper will focus upon recent national security surveys from Australia and New Zealand and the trends that this research shows. Is it fair to assume the security practices are the same all over the world? The paper looks at security practices from a number of different countries perspectives and shows that security practices are not generic and vary from country to country. The paper will also evaluate the worth that National Security Surveys have in the field of Information Security Surveys.
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