Investigation of stakeholders commitment to information security awaremess programs
Abawajy, J. H., Thatcher, K. and Kim, Tai-hoon 2008, Investigation of stakeholders commitment to information security awaremess programs, in Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Information Security and Assurance : ISA 2008, IEEE Computer Society, Los Alamitos, Calif., pp. 472-476.
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Organisations have become increasingly dependent on technology in order to compete in their respective markets. As IT technology advances at a rapid pace, so does its complexity, giving rise to new IT security vulnerabilities and methods of attack. Even though the human factors have been recognized to have a crucial role in information security management, the effects of weakness of will and lack of commitment on the stakeholders (i.e., employers and employees) parts has never been factored into the design and delivery of awareness programs. To this end, this paper investigates the impacts of the availability of awareness programs and end-user drive and lack of commitment to information security awareness program design, delivery and success.
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