Organizational Security: A Handbook for the Modern Internet-Enabled Business
Date of Award
Master of Applied Science
Information security, Information systems security, Organizational security, Security awareness, Security officer, Security training
In the Information Age and the Internet economy, one thing is certain: an organization's continued success relies on its ability to safeguard its assets and intellectual property. In a realm where gigabytes of valuable trade secrets can be transferred with a click of a button, or accessed across networks thousands of miles away, companies small and large need to structure themselves in a way to minimize internal and external threats. This Applied Capstone Project explains the need for organizational security, the foundations of building a security element, preparing for and responding to security incidents, security training programs, and continuous improvement and awareness.
Lee, Jeffrey, "Organizational Security: A Handbook for the Modern Internet-Enabled Business" (2010). University College: Security Management Capstones. 7.
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