Data integration framework for a knowledge model of organizational information security management

Liu, Shuangyan and Kwok, Lam-for (2006). Data integration framework for a knowledge model of organizational information security management. In: 2nd Secure Knowledge Management Workshop (SKM 2006), 28-29 Sep 2006, New York, USA.

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[About the workshop]

Knowledge management is the methodology for systematically gathering, organizing, and disseminating knowledge. It essentially consists of processes and tools to effectively capture and share knowledge as well as use the knowledge of individuals within an organization. Knowledge Management Systems (KMS) promote sharing information among employees and require security mechanisms to prevent unauthorized access and misuse. Security is a major issue revolving around KMS. The Secure Knowledge Management Workshop aims to raise awareness of academics and practitioners in this critical area of research by presenting papers containing ideas, directions, and questions that need to be tackled by the research community, as well as traditional scientific papers presenting results.

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