PFIRES: Policy Framework for Interpreting Risk in eCommerce Security
Jackie Rees - Krannert School of Management at Purdue University
Jan 28, 2000
AbstractAnalysis of the current deployment of information security policies in E-commerce indicates that an improved framework for managing such risk is necessary. A comprehensive policy framework for managing E-commerce security risk has been developed, incorporating existing best practices and research as well as addressing shortcomings in current practice. Currently utilized risk assessment, policy development and enforcement methodologies will be placed within the framework, as well as the inclusion of change management issues.
About the SpeakerJackie Rees is an assistant professor of Management Information Systems in the Krannert Graduate School of Management at Purdue University. She earned her doctorate in Decision and Information Sciences at the University of Florida in 1998. Her current research interests are in the areas of genetic algorithms, machine learning, computational organization theory and electronic commerce.
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