Sustainable Higher Education: A First, Systematic Literature Review on Information Security Management

Bongiovanni, I. (2018) Sustainable Higher Education: A First, Systematic Literature Review on Information Security Management. 32nd annual Australian New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Auckland, New Zealand, 4-7 Dec 2018.

Bongiovanni, I. (2018) Sustainable Higher Education: A First, Systematic Literature Review on Information Security Management. 32nd annual Australian New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Auckland, New Zealand, 4-7 Dec 2018.

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Abstract

When declined in its three traditional components, confidentiality, integrity and availability, information security is an essential element of sustainable work practices. Modern higher education manages large amounts of data and information, whose preservation is fundamental to its sustainability. In order to synthesise research that, to date, has investigated how universities manage information security, this systematic literature review examines 40 papers published in the last thirteen years, and tries to expand understanding of the sub-topics, perspectives, methodologies, and trends that characterise this field of investigation. Literature gaps are highlighted and avenues for further work proposed. First of its kind, this review concludes that information security management in higher education is a highly under-investigated topic, with extensive potential for collaboration with practitioners in the field.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item
Status:Published
Refereed:Yes
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Bongiovanni, Dr Ivano
Authors: Bongiovanni, I.
College/School:College of Social Sciences > Adam Smith Business School > Management

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