Assessing the Impact of Security Culture and the Employee-Organization Relationship on IS Security Compliance
Source: Towson University
IS security advocates recommend strategies that shape user behavior as part of an overall information security management program. A major challenge for organizations is encouraging employees to comply with IS security policies. This paper examines the influence of security-related and employee organization relationship factors on users' IS security compliance decisions. Specifically, the authors predict that security culture, job satisfaction, and perceived organizational support have a positive effect on users' IS security compliance intentions.