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This study examines the economic effect of information security breaches reported in newspapers on publicly traded US corporations. We find limited evidence of an overall negative stock market… (More)
Seeking to protect an organization against a new form of business losses.
In today's information-based economy, organizations must avoid costly information security breaches. Unfortunately, organizations cannot make all of their information 100% secure all of the time.… (More)
Proactive security activities encompass voluntary disclosure concerning information security that firms are taking to improve the security of their information and information systems. Examples of… (More)
S Se ec cu ur ri it ty y as a Response to
This article presents an economic model that determines the optimal amount to invest to protect a given set of information. The model takes into account the vulnerability of the information to a… (More)
This paper chronicles the development of economics of information security as an academic area of research. It also describes the contributions of the papers in the special section of this issue… (More)
Empirical evidence shows that cost-benefit analysis is a sound basis for budgeting information security expenditures.