[AISWorld] JMIS Authors Experience Wide Resonance: Proneness to Security Violations Can be Tested

Vladimir Zwass zwass at fdu.edu
Wed May 20 14:47:16 EDT 2015


A recent study published in the Journal of Management Information Systems (JMIS) and widely covered in the media shows that absence of self-control is a predictor of an employee becoming a security risk in organizations.

The paper published in the Spring 2015 (31, 4) issue of JMIS by Qing Hu, Robert West, and Laura Smarandescu of Iowa State University titled "The Role of Self-Control in Information Security Violations: Insights from A Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective" was covered in online news sites, blogs, and newspapers around the globe.

For details, please see www.jmis-web.org. 

We congratulate the authors on the impact and wide resonance of their work.

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