Formulating the Cyber Security Culture in Organizations: Proposing and Arguing Insights
Keywords:Cybersecurity Culture, Information Security Culture, Organisational Culture, Management
Purpose: This research aims to enhance practical organizational practices and academic research literature by critically investigating the latest findings in cybersecurity culture research through a systematic review of relevant literature and research.
Theoretical Framework:This work seeks to summarize key research developments in a research area that remains challenging for companies as they seek to build strong security cultures to protect their information (Tripwire, 2020). And reviewing the legal regulations that must be trained to protect institutions from cyber threats in the Kingdom of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.
Design/Methodology/Approach: The methodology of this study implements a systematic literature review to assess the main components of cybersecurity culture and what good practice can help to build it professionally.
Findings: The main results find that current literature must move from a technical approach to information security to a socio-cultural one. Also, this study predicts that cybercrime will increase dramatically and cost the world trillions annually.
Research Practical and Social Implications: this study attempts to define human resource management's role in cybersecurity awareness training and therfore the managers can deveplo the necessary rules to secure the organizational information.
Originality/Value: The study is within the first studies to be conducted in GCC countries. Moreover, the to build a cyber security culture is unique topic add on to the academic knowledge. Also, can motivate the future studies to focus on efficiently organizing security procedures and enhancing security readiness appraisal consequences by providing more perceptions of imminent threats and security hazards.
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