Understanding the offender/environment dynamic for computer crimes: assessing the feasibility of applying criminological theory to the IS security context

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  title={Understanding the offender/environment dynamic for computer crimes: assessing the feasibility of applying criminological theory to the IS security context},
  author={Robert Willison},
  journal={37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004. Proceedings of the},
  year={2004},
  pages={10 pp.-}
}
There is currently a paucity of literature focusing on the relationship between the actual actions of staff members, who perpetrate some form of computer abuse, and the organisational environment in which such actions take place. A greater understanding of such a relationship may complement existing security practices by possibly highlighting new areas for safeguard implementation. In addition, if insights are afforded into the actions of dishonest staff, prior to the actual perpetration of a… CONTINUE READING

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