Human Factors In Information Security

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1.0 Introduction
The information systems support the organization to achieve its strategic competitive advantage. It is adjacent to the cost savings and make decisions advantage by helping to implement timely and effective risk project management with great consideration the human factor. the subjective nature human factors create a risk to achieve the goal of information security and, subsequently, the organization's objectives. Therefore, the human factors do an important role in information systems. The role of the person not only has been flagged by numerous academic studies but also by information systems professionals and various regulations and standards information system. Other than that, they also providing a reliable and information
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The overall success of information security the system relies on the analysis of risks and threats so that appropriate protection mechanisms can are in place to protect them. However, the lack of appropriate risk analysis may potentially result failure of information security systems. The existing literature does not provide sufficient guidelines for a systematic process or the modeling language to support the analysis. This work aims to fill this gap by introducing the process and reasons for considering the risk of human…show more content…
This process uses safe engineering requirements and risk management concepts. Using safety, risk, business and SEA concept allows us to be and why the role of the human factor critical in quantification methods in terms of risk and investment. Therefore, risk, business domain, security incidents and the concept of investment in the organization's perspective do not be left unexamined by using our model. The proposed process leads to determine a clear the relationship between risk, incidence and investment and enables organizations calculate them based on their own position. However, this model does not guarantee that the organization will be fully able to calculate the return on their investment in security. This is because most of the incidents related to critical human factors, which makes it difficult for organizations to put a figure on them. However, support of the organization in achieving the numerical quantity of all the costs associated with events. In addition, future work, we intend to propose a method which will continue organizational support to confirm more appropriate control mechanisms in In addition to developing our understanding of the critical human
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