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Title: Asessing ethical severity of e-learning systems security attacks
Authors: Levy, Y
Ramim, MM
Hackney, RA
Keywords: Perceived ethical severity;Ethics of cyber-security attacks;Unauthorized Internet activities;Severity of unethical behaviors
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Citation: Journal of Computer Information Systems, 53, (3): pp. 75 - 84, (2013)
Abstract: Security and ethical issues with information systems (IS) are important concerns for most organizations. However, limited attention has been given to unethical behaviors and severity of cyber-security attacks, while these instances appear to be critically important. Although managers have been embracing e-learning systems for training and virtual-team collaborations, little is known about motivations for cyber-security attacks on such systems
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ISSN: 0887-4417
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