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Understanding Success Factors of an Information Security Management System Plan Phase Self-Implementation

Authors: Roslina Ibrahim, Nurazean Maarop, Noorjan Mohd Mustapha, Rasimah Yusoff, Norziha Megat Mohd Zainuddin

Abstract:

The goal of this study is to identify success factors that could influence the ISMS self-implementation in government sector from qualitative perspective. This study is based on a case study in one of the Malaysian government agency. Semi-structured interviews involving five key informants were conducted to examine factors addressed in the conceptual framework. Subsequently, thematic analysis was executed to describe the influence of each factor on the success implementation of ISMS. The result of this study indicates that management commitment, implementer commitment and implementer competency are part of the success factors for ISMS self-implementation in Malaysian Government Sector.

Keywords: information security, IT project management, ISMS success factors, IS Success

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1099912

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