Title

Does organisational culture affect dysfunctional behaviour in information system security?

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Asian Academic Accounting Association

School

School of Business and Law

RAS ID

25974

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Originally published as: Mat Roni, S.M., Djajadikerta, H.G., & Terri Trireksani (2017). Does organisational culture affect dysfunctional behaviour in information system security?. In Proceedings of the 18 Asian Academic Accounting Association Annual Conference 2017. (pp. 176-184). Original article available here

Abstract

Information system (IS) security incidents occur, in part, because employees undermine security policy. While existing studies suggest organisational culture influences employee behaviour in ways that can comprise IS security, examining organisational culture as a single component, or investigating only one dimension of culture, can put the discipline at harm. This is because organisational culture is a conjugation of multifaceted collective beliefs that materialises in actions and artefacts. Investigating organisational culture at only its higher order level can mask dimensional effects of culture at its lower order factors. This study provides additional insight into the body of knowledge in IS security by examining organisational culture at its higher order and at its dimensions in order to investigate how these dimensions play their roles in the realm of IS security noncompliance and intentional violations.

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