Information Systems Security in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: Emerging Cybersecurity Threats in Turbulent Times

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Kennedy Njenga – University of Johannesburg, Johannesburg, South Africa

Series: Cybercrime and Cybersecurity Research
BISAC: COM043050
DOI: 10.52305/KSVB7323

This book is the outcome of a review of literature on the possible concerns and issues Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) would face when adopting the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) technologies. From a review of the current and past literature, this book disseminates insightful ideas and developments in the field of information and cybersecurity. It is intended that these ideas will shape how SMEs now and in the immediate future address information and cyber security risks.

This book is also of particular interest to information security administrators managing SME information security, who may gather additional insights on the emergent information security threats facing SMEs that are discussed. A key consideration for this book is the innovative ways that SMEs have adopted 4IR technologies but, in doing so, have attracted unknown information and cyber security risks.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Information Systems Security in SMEs and Emerging Cyber Security Threats

Chapter 2. An Overview of the Disciplines of Information Systems Security and Cybersecurity and the Role these Fields play in SMEs

Chapter 3. Technology Evolution in SMEs

Chapter 4. Information Systems Security Behavior and Culture in SMEs

Chapter 5. Information Systems Security and the Role of Women Entrepreneurs in SMEs

Chapter 6. Novel and Emergent Information and Cybersecurity Threats Facing SMEs during Lockdowns

Chapter 7. Protecting Small Business Information in the Advent of Innovative Business Ideas

Chapter 8. The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Information Security for SMEs

Chapter 9. Synopsis to Information Security in SMEs and the Future of Technology

About the Authors

References

Index