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Dominant Factors in National Information Security Policies

Abstract: 
National information security policies are essential to developed nations. Investigates dominant factors that need to be addressed in such policies. Reviews national information security policies of following countries: USA, Malaysia, Australia, Canada, China, and European Union. Considers common and non-common policy considerations among the countries to deliver a generic framework incorporating all dominant factors. Presents a guide for improving existing national information security policies for underdeveloped nations.
Author: 
Fahad T.B. Muhaya
Institution: 
Science Publications
Year: 
2010
Input By: 
Jessica Choi
Affiliation: 
MIT
Region(s): 
Industry Focus: 
Information & Telecommunication
Internet & Cyberspace
Datatype(s): 
Bibliographies & Reports