Due to the increase in the number of information security incidents and its catastrophic consequences on organisations, the information security incident response function has gained considerable attention from both academics and practitioners. Much of the research into organizational learning from incident response focuses on improving the organisation’s ability to respond to security incidents from a technological perspective. Further, learning activities are limited and are usually conducted in an informal and ad-hoc manner in organisations.
In this talk, Moneer will present one of his PhD findings, the development of a practice-based process by which organisations can leverage learning from incidents by incorporating lessons learned and first-hand experiences accumulated from responding to past incidents into organization-wide strategic ISM decisions.
|Date:||Monday 28 November, 2016|
|Time:||5:30pm registration for a 6:00pm start|
|Venue:||VIEU Conference Rooms, 120 Clarendon St, Southbank|
|Speaker: ||Moneer AlShaikh, Dept of Computing and Information Technology at the University of Jeddha in Saudi Arabia|
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