Information security policy compliance is one of the key concerns that face organizations today. Although, technical and procedural security measures help improve information security, there is an increased need to accommodate human, social and organizational factors. While employees are considered the weakest link in information security domain, they also are assets that organizations need to leverage effectively. Employees' compliance with Information Security Policies (ISPs) is critical to the success of an information security program. The purpose of this research is to develop a measurement tool that provides better measures for predicting and explaining employees' compliance with ISPs by examining the role of information security awareness in enhancing employees' compliance with ISPs. The study is the first to address compliance intention from a users' perspective. Overall, analysis results indicate strong support for the proposed instrument and represent an early confirmation for the validation of the underlying theoretical model.
Al-Omari, A., El-Gayar, O., & Deokar, A. (2012, January). Security policy compliance: User acceptance perspective. In 2012 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (pp. 3317-3326). IEEE.