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Information Security Awareness in Public Administrations

Title:
Information Security Awareness in Public Administrations
Authors:
Abstract:
Government digital agendas worldwide go hand in hand with the digital transformation in businesses and public administrations as well as the digital changes taking place in society. Information security (IS) and awareness (ISA) must be an integrated part of these agendas. The goal of IS is to protect information of all types and origins. Here, the employees play a necessary and significant role in the success of IS, and the entire staff of an institution need to know about their specific roles and be aware of the information security management system (ISMS). As there are still fundamental strategic deficiencies in the institutions themselves, humans should not be called “the weakest link” in the security chain. Rather, sustainable awareness-raising and training for people should be established in the institutions using interactive, authentic, and game-based learning methods. Psychological studies show the great importance of emotionalization when communicating IS knowledge and the reliable exchange of experience about IS. However, in many institutions a change in culture is becoming necessary. IS must be integrated into all (business) processes and projects, and viable safeguards must be included. The paper summarizes the most important scientific findings and transfers them to the practice of public administrations in Germany. Moreover, it shows examples of learning methods and provides practical assistance for IS sensitization and training. Cite this chapter: Margit Scholl (August 29th 2018). Information Security Awareness in Public Administrations, Public Management and Administration Ubaldo Comite, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.74572. Available from: https://www.intechopen.com/books/public-management-and-administration/information-security-awareness-in-public-administrations. Print ISBN: 978-1-78923-638-5
Year:
2018
Publication type:
Book chapter/section
Book title:
Public Management and Administration
Publisher:
Open Access: InTechOpen
ISBN:
978-1-78923-639-2
Edition:
Open access peer-reviewed Edite
Pages:
1-30
Language:
English
Document status:
Open access
PubListerURL:
https://publister.bib.th-wildau.de/publister/public/publication/2464
Keywords:
Digitalization, threats and vulnerabilities, information security (IS), data protection, IT security, cybersecurity (CS), cyberattacks, sensitization, information security awareness (ISA), security culture, knowledge—attitude—behavior, information security awareness training (ISAT) design, lifelong learning (LLL), learning and teaching methods, authentic learning (AL), game-based learning (GBL), problem-based learning (PBL), success factors, information security management system (ISMS), risk management and safe-guards.
Scholl, M. (2018). Information Security Awareness in Public Administrations In Ubaldo Comite, Public Management and Administration. (pp. 1-30). Open Access: InTechOpen.
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    author           = {Scholl, Margit},
    title            = {Information Security Awareness in Public Administrations},
    editor           = {Ubaldo Comite},
    year             = {2018},
    pages            = {1-30},
    publisher        = {InTechOpen},
    address          = {Open Access},
    edition          = {Open access peer-reviewed Edite},
    isbn             = {978-1-78923-639-2},
    booktitle        = {Public Management and Administration},
    chapter          = {3},
    doi              = {10.5772/intechopen.74572},
    url              = {https://www.intechopen.com/books/public-management-and-administration/information-security-awareness-in-public-administrations},
}


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