This textbook places cyber security management within an organizational and strategic framework, enabling students to develop their knowledge and skills for a future career. The reader will learn to:
• evaluate different types of cyber risk
• carry out a threat analysis and place cyber threats in order of severity
• formulate appropriate cyber security management policy
• establish an organization-specific intelligence framework and security culture
• devise and implement a cyber security awareness programme
• integrate cyber security within an organization’s operating system
Learning objectives, chapter summaries and further reading in each chapter provide structure and routes to further in-depth research. Firm theoretical grounding is coupled with short problem-based case studies reflecting a range of organizations and perspectives, illustrating how the theory translates to practice, with each case study followed by a set of questions to encourage understanding and analysis. Non-technical and comprehensive, this textbook shows final year undergraduate students and postgraduate students of Cyber Security Management, as well as reflective practitioners, how to adopt a pro-active approach to the management of cyber security. Online resources include PowerPoint slides, an instructor’s manual and a test bank of questions.
Table of Contents
About the Authors
Chapter 1 An Introduction to Strategic Cyber Security Management
Chapter 2 Strategic Cyber Security Management and the Stakeholder Approach
Chapter 3 Bridging the Government, Industry and Society Divide
Chapter 4 Strategic Cyber Security Management and Strategic Intelligence
Chapter 5 Threat Identification and Risk Assessment
Chapter 6 Governance and Compliance Decision Making
Chapter 7 Business Continuity Management
Chapter 8 Resilience Policy and Planning
Chapter 9 Integrated Security and a Risk Management Communication Strategy
Chapter 10 Organizational Learning, Managing Change and Security Culture
Chapter 11 Cyber Security Management
Chapter 12 A Cyber Security Awareness Programme
Peter Trim is a Senior Lecturer in Management at Birkbeck, University of London.
Yang-Im Lee is a Senior Lecturer in Marketing at Westminster Business School, University of Westminster.