The cyber security in the age of telework: A descriptive research framework trough science mapping

MEdina-Rodríguez, Cesar Esau and Casas-Valadez, Mariano Alberto and Faz-Mendoza, Alberto and Castañeda-Miranda, Rodrigo and Gamboa-Rosales, Nadia Karina and López-Robles, José Ricardo The cyber security in the age of telework: A descriptive research framework trough science mapping., 2020 . In 2020 International Conference on Data Analytics for Business and Industry: Way Towards a Sustainable Economy (ICDABI), Bahrain (online), 26th – 27th October 2020. (Unpublished) [Conference paper]

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Teleworking is a work model that has been widely accepted by organizations, mostly since it has many advantages over traditional work. Most organizations have implemented it to attract new human talent and keep the existing one, preventing the flight of intellect or theft by competition. For the worker it also presents several advantages, such as savings in travel times, savings in fuel costs and more free time. However, one of the many disadvantages of teleworking is information security. We live in a digitized world, where cyber attacks represent a great threat for users and organizations, attacks that are increasing day by day. Cyber security, also known as information technology security or electronic information security, has become a necessity in the world we live in, where ICTs have had a great development as well as acceptance by users. Cyber security seeks to identify the strategies, to implement and to maintain a safe environment, but also to prevent threats and / or attacks. The main objective of cyber security is to generate trust between customers, suppliers and the general market, about the information that is handled on the network. Cyber security must be one step ahead of crime to offer support in all the digital movements that we do.

Item type: Conference paper
Keywords: cyber security, telework, homeworking, business intelligence, strategic intelligence
Subjects: F. Management.
G. Industry, profession and education.
L. Information technology and library technology
Depositing user: J.R. López-Robles
Date deposited: 19 Feb 2021 23:35
Last modified: 19 Feb 2021 23:35


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