Corpus ID: 5873040

Information security culture: A Behaviour Compliance Conceptual Framework

  title={Information security culture: A Behaviour Compliance Conceptual Framework},
  author={Salahuddin Alfawaz and Karen Nelson and K. Mohannak},
  • Salahuddin Alfawaz, Karen Nelson, K. Mohannak
  • Published in AISC 2010
  • Business, Political Science, Computer Science
  • Understanding the complex dynamic and uncertain characteristics of organisational employees who perform authorised or unauthorised information security activities is deemed to be a very important and challenging task. This paper presents a conceptual framework for classifying and organising the characteristics of organisational subjects involved in these information security practices. Our framework expands the traditional Human Behaviour and the Social Environment perspectives used in social… CONTINUE READING
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