The impact of information richness on information security awareness training effectiveness

  title={The impact of information richness on information security awareness training effectiveness},
  author={R. S. Shaw and Charlie C. Chen and Albert L. Harris and Hui-Jou Huang},
  journal={Computers & Education},
In recent years, rapid progress in the use of the internet has resulted in huge losses in many organizations due to lax security. As a result, information security awareness is becoming an important issue to anyone using the Internet. To reduce losses, organizations have made information security awareness a top priority. The three main barriers to information security awareness are: (1) general security awareness, (2) employees’ computer skills, and (3) organizational budgets. Online learning… CONTINUE READING
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