• Developing a modified total interpretive structural model (M-TISM) for organizational strategic cybersecurity management

      Rajan, R.; Rana, Nripendra P.; Parameswar, N.; Dhir, S.; Sushil; Dwivedi, Y.K. (2021-05)
      Cybersecurity is a serious issue that many organizations face these days. Therefore, cybersecurity management is very important for any organization. Organizations should learn to deal with these cyber threats through effective management across all business functions. The main purpose of this study is to identify the factors that affect cybersecurity within an organization and analyze relationships among these factors. The modified total interpretive structural modeling (M-TISM) technique is used to build a hierarchical model and define the common interactions between the factors. This study presents the impact of collaboration, training, resources and capabilities, information flow, technology awareness, and technological infrastructure on effective cybersecurity management. In addition, the study also explains the interrelationships among the identified factors in the M-TISM model.