Information security strategy and teleworking (in)security
AuthorAmpomah, Millicent; DE SILVA, YEVINDRA; Li, Hanqing; Pahlisa, Piki; Yang, Qian; Zhang, Qian
PublisherThe University of Melbourne
AffiliationEngineering - Computing and Information Systems
Document TypeWorking Paper
CitationsAmpomah, M., De Silva, Y., Li, H., Pahlisa, P., Yang, Q., & Zhang, Q. (2013). Information security strategy and teleworking (in)security. Melbourne, The University of Melbourne.
Access StatusOpen Access
© 2013 The authors
Mainstream writing of teleworking tends to focus on both the economic and social benefits with little emphasis on information security issues. Information security threats of telework however are identified by most literature as a concern for organisations. This literature review examines the different influences on issues leading to information insecurity within the teleworking environment. By drawing on literature, a strategic model for managing and controlling information security threats in teleworking environment is proposed. Organisations essentially needs to implement security measures or controls from a strategic point of view to include formal and informal controls.
Keywordsinformation security; teleworking; security strategy; information confidentiality; information availability; information integrity
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