Information Relevance Management Model - A New Strategy in Information Security Management in the Outsourcing Industry

Abstract

The management and protection of intellectual property rights and information security is one of the main elements of the outsourcing industry. However, based on the actual situation at present, even with advanced security technology and security management systems, it is not possible to prevent problems from occurring due to lapses in personnel integrity. The information relevance management model employs the principle of prevention to ensure that during the process of operation, information will be secure. Management follows the AROPI model, which includes the steps: 1) analyze; 2) resolve; 3) out of order (compartmentalized tasks); 4) processing; and 5) integration to undergo processing. This breaks the sequence of the information to guarantee its security. Using the information relevance management model provides a new strategy for preventing security lapses because of man-made reasons. In the process of software outsourcing, especially in the process of offshore software outsourcing, the distributive development model follows the AROPI model to secure the safety of information and protect intellectual property rights

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@article{Yulin2006InformationRM, title={Information Relevance Management Model - A New Strategy in Information Security Management in the Outsourcing Industry}, author={Dai Yulin and Li Shiying and Luo Yi}, journal={5th IEEE/ACIS International Conference on Computer and Information Science and 1st IEEE/ACIS International Workshop on Component-Based Software Engineering,Software Architecture and Reuse (ICIS-COMSAR'06)}, year={2006}, pages={433-438} }