Academic journal article Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies

An Information Security Breach at First Freedom Credit Union: What Goes in Must Come Out

Academic journal article Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies

An Information Security Breach at First Freedom Credit Union: What Goes in Must Come Out

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CASE DESCRIPTION

The primary subject matter of this case is information system security. Secondary issues include analyzing the difference between technology security and information system security and examining the role that organizational insiders must play in maintaining information system security. The difficulty level is three, four, and five. This case could be used to supplement or cover an information security chapter in an undergraduate or graduate Introductory to Technology course. As part of a management curriculum, the case is suitable for both undergraduate and graduate courses. The case could also be used with an individual and group decision making chapter in Principles of Management, Organizational Behavior, and Organization Theory, or chapters which address the planning or controlling functions in Principles of Management. It can be taught in a single 75- minute class with two hours of student preparation outside of class in addition to time needed to read the assigned chapter.

CASE SYNOPSIS

Organizations face ongoing challenges to develop and maintain comprehensive systems to maintain information security. In order to do so, an understanding of both the technical and social aspects of an information system is necessary. …

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