A New Approach to Security Engagement from A Positive Psychology Perspective: A Conceptual Model

Pham, H, Brennan, L, Richardson, J and El-Den, J 2016, 'A New Approach to Security Engagement from A Positive Psychology Perspective: A Conceptual Model', in 10th European Conference on Information Systems Management, University of √Čvora Portugal, 8-9 September 2016, pp. 37-44.


Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Conference Papers

Title A New Approach to Security Engagement from A Positive Psychology Perspective: A Conceptual Model
Author(s) Pham, H
Brennan, L
Richardson, J
El-Den, J
Year 2016
Conference name The 10th European Conference on Information Systems Management (ECISM16)
Conference location University of √Čvora Portugal
Conference dates 8-9 September 2016
Proceedings title 10th European Conference on Information Systems Management
Publisher Academic Conferences and Publishing International
Place of publication United Kingdom
Start page 37
End page 44
Total pages 8
Abstract Organizations develop and formulate security compliance policies and procedures to ensure employees' adherence to the security requirements as well as the protection of the data/information. In this study, we explore the use Positive Psychology to introduce positive enforcement factors namely Positive Organisational Behavior and enabling resources as determinants of security engagement. The proposed model focuses on developing positive traits by providing enabling resources that eventuate better maintenance of employees' security commitment and compliance that other compliance models have not clearly addressed.
Subjects Computer System Security
Information Systems Organisation
Keyword(s) Security engagement
positive psychology
positive organizational behavior
security resources
ISBN 9781911218050
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