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). Security Management. 7.