What is it about?
Most existing information and cybersecurity solutions are techno-centric. The recent and increasing cyberattacks have clearly demonstrated that the existing solutions are failing. This paper examines the application of socio-technical systems (STS) theory into the cybersecurity domain. STS recommends the equal emphasis of both the social (including human) and technical aspects of security within particular environmental contexts in an organisation.
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Why is it important?
It has become clear with the recent and devastating cyberattacks that the human remains the weakest link in the security chain. This paper introduces a framework that helps organisations to complement, rather than replace, their existing techno-centric solutions in OPTIMISING both the social and technical aspects of security within particular operating environments.
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This page is a summary of: Socio-technical systems cybersecurity framework, Information and Computer Security, February 2019, Emerald, DOI: 10.1108/ics-03-2018-0031.
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