A Decade in Review: Aligning Information Systems Security (ISS) with the NICE framework
Information systems security (ISS) research has emerged increasing consistently since the 1970s through the 2000â€™s with significant connections to the organizations, the users, and the technology. Work has been done to better understand what knowledge is necessary with developments such as the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) framework. As ISS research exists at the intersection of technology, people, and organizations, IS researchers are uniquely qualified to contribute to this burgeoning area. As we continue to contribute, we should do so mindfully of how it draws on our strengths, and contributes to the identity of the discipline, as well as the evolving nature subject matter. Utilizing the NICE framework, we perform a decade long assessment of ISS research within top IS journals. We identify major themes in ISS research, and identify gaps where future IS researchers may be able to contribute.
Kreider, Christopher and El-Gayar, Omar, "A Decade in Review: Aligning Information Systems Security (ISS) with the NICE framework" (2022). Faculty Research & Publications. 311.