Corpus ID: 16335591

Private Sector Cyber Security Investment: An Empirical Analysis

@inproceedings{Rowe2006PrivateSC,
  title={Private Sector Cyber Security Investment: An Empirical Analysis},
  author={Brent R. Rowe and M. Gallaher},
  booktitle={WEIS},
  year={2006}
}
  • Brent R. Rowe, M. Gallaher
  • Published in WEIS 2006
  • Computer Science, Business
  • Organizations typically use very robust analysis techniques to determine how best to spend resources in order to increase revenue and decrease costs or losses. However, few organizations attempt such analysis processes to determine the level and type of cyber security mechanisms in which they invest and which they maintain. Key performance and evaluation metrics are not available, so those organizations that use quantitative analysis techniques typically have well developed internal tracking… CONTINUE READING
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