Security risks in teleworking: a review and analysis
PublisherThe University of Melbourne
AffiliationEngineering - Computing and Information Systems
Document TypeWorking Paper
CitationsYang, H., Zheng, C., Zhu, L., Chen, F., Zhao, Y., & Valluri, Manjeera. (2013). Security risks in teleworking: a review and analysis. Melbourne, The University of Melbourne.
Access StatusOpen Access
© 2013 The authors
Teleworking as an innovative working practice attracts organizations to apply it throughout whole organizations, with providing plenty of benefits. However, the related information security risks generated in teleworking threaten organizations to implement it. This paper aims to ascertain information security risks arising from teleworking based on literature. The contributions of this paper are addressing most challenging security risks that existed in teleworking for companies to be concerned, providing security controls for avoiding these mentionable risks that are identified, generally discussing which component of the risks are more crucial for the risk control, and indicating intangible security risks not mentioned in literature. These risks are aligned with teleworking business goals.
Keywordsteleworking; security risks; business goals
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