Identification of Behavioral Factors within Organizations that Can Improve Information Systems Security Compliance
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Organizational information assets require protection and cannot be secured by technological means alone. This annotated bibliography, reviewing literature from 2004 to 2014, identifies the employee behavioral factors on which managers should focus to improve information systems security policy (ISSP) compliance within their organizations. The categories of biases, beliefs, perceptions, and motivations are discussed. Specific recommendations for managers include addressing human error, attitudes, social context, self-efficacy, and extrinsic motivations.