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Cyber Security Culture: Counteracting Cyber Threats through Organizational Learning and Training

Computers


by
Peter Trim and David Upton

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 234 pages

File size: 3.7 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Focusing on countermeasures against orchestrated cyber-attacks, Cyber Security Culture is research-based and reinforced with insights from experts who do not normally release information into the public arena. It will enable managers in industry and government to understand how organizational learning and training can be utilized to develop a culture that protects an organization from attacks. The authors provide information to help managers form policy and procedures, to undertake scenario-based planning and arrange appropriate training interventions, such as table top exercises. Although the work is embedded in a theoretical framework, non-technical staff will find the book accessible and it links firmly with areas beyond ICT, such as human resource management. This book will interest Government officials, policy advisors, law enforcement officers and senior managers within companies, as well as academics and students in a range of disciplines including management and computer science. The knowledge provided will appeal to an international audience.

Focusing on countermeasures against orchestrated cyber-attacks, Cyber Security Culture is research-based and reinforced with insights from experts who do not normally release information into the public arena. It will enable managers in industry and government to understand how organizational learning and training can be utilized to develop a culture that protects an organization from attacks. The authors provide information to help managers form policy and procedures,… (more)

Focusing on countermeasures against orchestrated cyber-attacks, Cyber Security Culture is research-based and reinforced with insights from experts who do not normally release information into the public arena. It will enable managers in industry and government to understand how organizational learning and training can be utilized to develop a culture that protects an organization from attacks. The authors provide information to help managers form policy and procedures, to undertake scenario-based planning and arrange appropriate training interventions, such as table top exercises. Although the work is embedded in a theoretical framework, non-technical staff will find the book accessible and it links firmly with areas beyond ICT, such as human resource management. This book will interest Government officials, policy advisors, law enforcement officers and senior managers within companies, as well as academics and students in a range of disciplines including management and computer science. The knowledge provided will appeal to an international audience.

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