Essays on Information Security Management System Coursework

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The paper "Information Security Management System" is a great example of management coursework. The information  has and continues to play a vital role in the business environment. Wang (2008 p. 761) writes that information is a major organizational asset. The Decision-making process relies solely on the amount and the accuracy of the information that an organization has gathered. Wang (2008 p. 767) indicates that relevant, specific and correct information can bring a massive difference to the performance and efficiency of an organization. Business organizations rely heavily on gathered information to make marketing decisions and gain competitive advantages.

However, information is susceptible to distortion and theft and the security of valuable information is a major aspect of information systems management. In the 20th century, the security of information was not a major concern as most of the data were transmitted and stored in hard copies. These copies could be stored in secured places hence protecting them from distortion and getting to the wrong hands. However, in this information era, information is gathered, transmitted and stored online using electronic devices. Although this technology has hugely improved management of the information, the security of the data has become an increasing problem in a recent couple of years.

The number of security issues has become rampant in the past one decade and organizations have focused their attention on securing their data and information. According to a study conducted in 2014, information security issues have become daily phenomena around the world (Yeh 481). Cybercriminals and internet hackers have and continue to utilize vulnerable aspects of information systems to access valuable and sensitive information. The research indicates that billions of dollars are lost every year due to online security issues (Yeh 482). Since the beginning of the 21st century, numerous research studies and literature have been made to address information systems security management.

Unfortunately, a large number of research studies have been made by military organizations and have not been made available to the public.

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