Definition Edit

Behavioral information security is

a burgeoning discipline that covers all facets of how individuals can influence the protection of organizational information assets — both negative and positive influences. This discipline explores the interpersonal, organizational, societal, and cultural factors that affect individuals to harm or help protect these information resources.[1]

References Edit

  1. A Best Practices Guide to Information Security, at 21 n. 5.

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