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Ninth International Symposium on Human Aspects of Information Security & Assurance (HAISA 2015)
Title: Enlighten Information Morals through Corporate Culture
Author(s): Abdullah Akmubark, Nobutoshi Hatanaka, Osamu Uchida, Yukiyo Ikeda
Keywords: Information Morals, Information Security, Security Incidents
Abstract: The leakage of secret information has increasingly become a social problem. Information leaks typically result from the targeting of specific organizations or persons and are based on a variety of factors. One factor common to the majority of leaks is the relationship between corporate culture and information morals. Organizations that lack robust standards of information morals are at a greater risk of information leaks. This paper aims to identify the causes of information leaks by applying organization theory and statistical analysis to assess the impact of corporate culture on information leaks and information morals. Furthermore, the relationship between organizational objectives and social values is discussed in order to propose a clear assessment process of corporate culture.
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