Date of Award:
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Management Information Systems
Jeffrey J. Johnson
Thomas P. Rohrer
A long standing problem in information technology security is how to help reduce the security footprint. Many specific proposals exist to address specific problems in information technology security. Most information technology solutions need to be repeatable throughout the course of an information systems lifecycle. The Chain-Link Fence Model is a new model for creating and implementing information technology procedures. This model was validated by two different methods: the first being interviews with experts in the field of information technology and the second being four distinct case studies demonstrating the creation and implementation of information technology procedures. (169 pages)
Houghton, Robert F., "The Chain-Link Fence Model: A Framework for Creating Security Procedures" (2013). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1967.
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