Literature review of information security practice survey reports
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The author searched reports about enterprises information security prepared by consulting companies in order to understand organizations' security practices. The author then summarized the reports by year, identified topics such as the security relevant problems, firms' practices, policies, evolving technologies, etc. In the discussion section, perspectives or frameworks from academic literature were brought in.
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Wiafe, Isaac; Koranteng, Felix N.; Obeng, Emmanuel N.; Assyne, Nana; Wiafe, Abigail; Gulliver, Stephen R. (IEEE, 2020)Due to the ever-increasing complexities in cybercrimes, there is the need for cybersecurity methods to be more robust and intelligent. This will make defense mechanisms to be capable of making real-time decisions that can ...
Seppänen, Teemu (2021)Tutkielman tavoitteena on kuvata ja ymmärtää tietoturvaviestinnän yhteyttä organisaation tietoturvakulttuurin rakentumiseen. Tietoturva on organisaatioille kasvava prioriteetti ja työntekijöiden rooli tietoturvan toteutumisessa ...
Vähäkainu, Petri; Lehto, Martti; Kariluoto, Antti (Peregrine Technical Solutions, 2020)Deficiency of correctly implemented and robust defence leaves Internet of Things devices vulnerable to cyber threats, such as adversarial attacks. A perpetrator can utilize adversarial examples when attacking Machine ...
Algawi, Asaf; Kiperberg, Michael; Leon, Roee; Resh, Amit; Zaidenberg, Nezer (Academic Conferences International, 2019)The blue pill is a malicious stealthy hypervisor-based rootkit. The red pill is a software package that is designed to detect such blue pills. Since the blue pill was originally proposed there has been an ongoing arms race ...
Myllyla, Juuso; Costin, Andrei (FRUCT Oy, 2021)Cyber attacks have become harder to detect, causing the average detection time of a successful data breach to be over six months and typically costing the target organization nearly four million dollars. The attacks are ...