Information Systems Security Management: A Critical Research Agenda

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Executive Summary

Mainstream Information Systems Security (ISS) management research concentrates on ways of successfully securing systems from internal and external threats. Such work is legitimate and important but it often fails to explore alternative views of security. This paper builds on the critical research tradition in information systems to ask whether there are signs of ideology, hegemony and other critical concepts in the security literature and management practice. The paper develops the conceptual basis and suggests a methodological approach to investigate such issues.

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