A Framework of Information Security Integrated with Human Factors
Information systems support organizations to achieve strategic competitiveness over other organizations and assist senior management in the decision-making process. In addition, they help organizations in timely implementation of projects and effective risk management. A reliable and coherent Information System requires a solid security framework that ensures Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability, Authenticity and Auditability of the critical information assets; therefore, managing security is essential for organizations doing business in a globally networked and competitive environment whilst seeking to achieve their objectives and goals and ensuring the continuity of business. This paper provides an integrated framework that classifies and holistic view of challenges in Information Security Systems, and their interrelationships. The framework is expected to provide a basis that can be used to evaluate individual organizational members' behavior and the adequateness of existing security measures.
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