I ntentional insider misuse of information systems resources (i.e., IS misuse) represents a significant threat to organizations. For example, industry statistics suggest that between 50%–75% of security incidents originate from within an organization. Because of the large number of misuse incidents, it has become important to understand how to reduce such… (More)
Deterring employee intentions to misuse computer systems requires complementary technical and procedural controls.
Though e-publishing is relatively inexpensive, e-publisher survival still depends on the age-old virtues of content quality and author credibility.
Information Systems studies involve the present and the future. Although data can be obtained on the present, the future can only be estimated. In Information Systems, a rapidly changing intellectual and technological field, simply extrapolating the present to the future is likely to be wrong. This paper presents and explains three proven research methods… (More)