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Using Situational Crime Prevention Theory to Explain the Effectiveness of Information Systems Security

@inproceedings{Beebe2005UsingSC,
  title={Using Situational Crime Prevention Theory to Explain the Effectiveness of Information Systems Security},
  author={Nicole Beebe and V. Rao},
  year={2005}
}
  • Nicole Beebe, V. Rao
  • Published 2005
  • Political Science
  • Information is an intangible organizational asset of enormous value in the information age. Information systems (IS) security technologies play an important role in protecting that information from unauthorized disclosure, modification, and use. As such, the factors that influence the effectiveness of IS security strategies need to be understood. The existing theory base for studying IS security effectiveness is limited to three major perspectives since the mid-1980s: Straub’s extension of… CONTINUE READING

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