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Organizational Security Processes and Crisis Management in the Knowledge Society

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Podtitul:Doctoral Thesis Summary
Jazyk (původní knihy):Jazyk vydání čeština čeština
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Nakladatel:Univerzita Tomáše Bati ve Zlíně
ISBN:978-80-7454-456-9
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Pořadí vydání:1.
Jazyk:Jazyk vydání čeština čeština
Rozsah (počet stran):50
Vazba:měkké desky, brožura sešitá drátěnou sponkou
Materiál:kniha

Anotace

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) forms infrastructure basis of most modern organizations in all economic sectors and has become more popular with individuals via new products and its ubiquitousness. Companies use ICT to fulfill both operational objectives and strategic goals, outlined in their fundamental documents. Nowadays, whole industries including algorithmic and high-frequency trading, online retailing, energy industry, military, and health care all assume uninterrupted ICT functionality and continuous availability. The repeated financial, material, and human losses that have occurred recently demonstrate this status should not be taken for granted. It is the author’s belief and the focus of this dissertation that the primary cause for these losses is people, and their actions. Hence, each employee should strive to minimize threat exposure. The doctoral thesis deals with corporate- and user-centric ICT security. Based on evaluation of secondary sources, assumptions for the research part will be formulated by first assessing the current state. The research output will then help formulate recommendations to promote increased security of ICT and users coming into contact with sensitive electronic assets whom the attackers consider a valuable source of information.

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