Perceptions of Information Systems Security Compliance: An Empirical Study in Higher Education Setting

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2021-01-05
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Li, Lei
Shen, Yide
Han, Meng
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Ensuring information systems security policy compliance is an integral part of the security program of any organization. This paper investigated the perceptions of different stakeholder groups towards information security policy compliance constructs of Unified Model of Information Security Compliance (UMISPC) [1] in a higher education environment. The research findings showed that faculty/staff generally has higher tendency towards security policy compliance comparing to students in a higher education institution. In addition, students with security knowledge are more incline to have security policy compliance activities. Our finding not only added to the knowledge base of information systems security compliance research, but also offers practical implications.
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Organizational Cybersecurity: Advanced Cyber Defense, Cyber Analytics, and Security, empirical study, higher education, information systems security compliance
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