Impacts of Organizational Capabilities In Information Security

@article{Hall2011ImpactsOO,
  title={Impacts of Organizational Capabilities In Information Security},
  author={Jacqueline H. Hall and Shahram Sarkani and Thomas A. Mazzuchi},
  journal={Inf. Manag. Comput. Security},
  year={2011},
  volume={19},
  pages={155-176}
}
Purpose – This research aims to examine the relationship between information security strategy and organization performance, with organizational capabilities as important factors influencing successful implementation of information security strategy and organization performance. Design/methodology/approach – Based on existing literature in strategic management and information security, a theoretical model was proposed and validated. A self-administered survey instrument was developed to collect… CONTINUE READING

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