An integrated view of human, organizational, and technological challenges of IT security management

@article{Werlinger2009AnIV,
  title={An integrated view of human, organizational, and technological challenges of IT security management},
  author={Rodrigo Werlinger and Kirstie Hawkey and Konstantin Beznosov},
  journal={Inf. Manag. Comput. Secur.},
  year={2009},
  volume={17},
  pages={4-19}
}
Purpose – The purpose of this study is to determine the main challenges that IT security practitioners face in their organizations, including the interplay among human, organizational, and technological factors. [] Key ResultPractical implications – The framework can help organizations identify potential challenges when implementing security standards, and...

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