Unintentional information security behavior from the Qur’an and hadith’s perspective

@inproceedings{Barzak2016UnintentionalIS,
  title={Unintentional information security behavior from the Qur’an and hadith’s perspective},
  author={Omar Mokhles Barzak and Nurul Nuha Abdul Molok and Shuhaili Talib and Murni Mahmud},
  year={2016}
}
As the world becomes more interconnected now than decades ago, information security incidents are more prevalent in organizations. The incidents are more likely caused by insiders and they can happen with or without intentions. Although some security studies state that unintentional security incidents could cause more damages to organizational information systems (IS) than intentional security incidents, the research in this area is still limited. This paper focuses on unintentional employees… CONTINUE READING

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