Dr Sean Maynard
- Business Analytics (competitive advantage)
- Information Security (security policy evaluation quality culture governance decision making)
Dr Sean Maynard is an academic in the Department of Computing Information Systems at the University of Melbourne. Starting his academic career in Information Systems focusing on the use of computing technology to aid senior management (EIS) and the evaluation of decision support systems, his research over the past decade has been in the area of information systems security, in particular focusing on the evaluation of security policy quality and on the investigation of security culture within organisations. Dr Maynard has taught many aspects of Information Systems including: Programming, Database Systems, Data Warehousing and Business Analytics, Security, Analysis and Design, and Information Systems.
- Alshaikh M, Maynard S, Ahmad A, Chang S. An Exploratory Study of Current Information Security Training and Awareness Practices in Organizations. 51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. University of Hawaii Press. 2018.
- Naseer H, Maynard S, Ahmad A, Shanks G. Cybersecurity risk management using analytics: A dynamic capabilities approach. International Conference on Information Systems. 2018.
- Maynard S, Onibere M, Ahmad A. Defining the Strategic Role of the Chief Information Security Officer. PACIFIC ASIA JOURNAL OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS. Association for Information Systems. 2018, Vol. 10, Issue 3. DOI: 10.17705/1PAIS.10303
- Ahmad A, Baskerville R, Webb J, Maynard S, Shanks G. Organizational Security Learning from Incident Response. ICIS 2017 Proceedings. 2018.
- Agudelo-Serna CA, Ahmad A, Bosua R, Maynard S. Strategies to Mitigate Knowledge Leakage Risk caused by the use of mobile devices: A Preliminary Study. ICIS 2017: Transforming Society with Digital Innovation. 2018.
- Maynard S, Tan T, Ahmad A, Ruighaver T. Towards a Framework for Strategic Security Context in Information Security Governance. PACIFIC ASIA JOURNAL OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS. Association for Information Systems. 2018, Vol. 10, Issue 4. DOI: 10.17705/1PAIS.10403
- Agudelo-Serna C, Bosua R, Ahmad A, Maynard S. Towards a knowledge leakage mitigation framework for mobile devices in knowledge-intensive organizations. 26th European Conference on Information Systems: Beyond Digitization - Facets of Socio-Technical Change, ECIS 2018. 2018.
- Pitruzzello S, Ahmad A, Maynard S. A Framework for Mitigating Leakage of Competitively Sensitive Knowledge in Start-ups. Australasian Conference on Information Systems. 2017.
- Agudelo Serna C, Bosua R, Maynard S, Ahmad A. Addressing Knowledge Leakage Risk caused by the use of mobile devices in Australian Organizations. Societal Transformation through IS/IT. AISel. 2017.
- Tan T, Maynard S, Ahmad A, Ruighaver AB. Information Security Governance: A Case Study of the Strategic Context of Information Security. Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems. Association for Information Systems. 2017.
- Horne C, Maynard S, Ahmad A. Organisational Information Security Strategy: Review, Discussion and Future Research. AUSTRALASIAN JOURNAL OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS. University of Canberra, School of Information Sciences and Engineering. 2017, Vol. 21. DOI: 10.3127/ajis.v21i0.1427
- Onibere M, Ahmad A, Maynard S. The Chief Information Security Officer and the Five Dimensions of a Strategist. Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems. 2017.
- Naseer H, Shanks G, Ahmad A, Maynard S. Towards an analytics-driven information security risk management: A contingent resource based perspective. European Conference on Information Systems. 2017.
- Richardson M, Bosua R, Clark K, Webb J, Ahmad A, Maynard S. Towards responsive regulation of the Internet of Things: Australian perspectives. INTERNET POLICY REVIEW. 2017, Vol. 6, Issue 1. DOI: 10.14763/2017.1.455
- Horne C, Ahmad A, Maynard S. A Theory on Information Security. 27th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS). University of Wollongong. 2016.
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