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TALKS: Towards personalised information security

posted Mar 10, 2016, 5:50 AM by Marco Spruit   [ updated Mar 10, 2016, 7:40 AM ]
This morning I gave a guest lecture in the new Information Security course of the Information science bachelor programme at Utrecht University, titled Towards personalised information security advice: A maturity modeling approach of information security management (see also Handout).

I cover my entire research line on personalised information security through a maturity modeling approach, in just 90 minutes, based on a series of investigations as documented in the following journal paper, conference paper, BSc thesis, MSc theses, and captita selectae:
  1. Spruit,M., & Roeling,M. (2014). ISFAM: the Information Security Focus Area Maturity model. 22nd European Conference on Information Systems. Tel Aviv, Israel. [pdf] [online
  2. Bek,L. (2014/06/27). Situationele factoren in cybersecurity. 
  3. Mijnhardt,F., Baars,T., & Spruit,M. (2016). Organizational Characteristics Influencing SME Information Security Maturity. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 56(2), 106-115. [pdf] [online
  4. Baars,T. (2014/09/23). An Argument for Adaptive Maturity Frameworks by means of Organizational Characteristics. (Duo project with F. Mijnhardt). Submitted. 
  5. Slot,G. (2015/07/14). Towards Rule-based Information Security Maturity
  6. Lingen,S. van (2015/01/30). Towards a Federative Information Security Focus Area Maturity Model.
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