An Analysis of Top Management Change on Information Security Management System
Keywords:Information security, information security culture, quality management, change management
AbstractThis paper analyse the concept to overcome the major impact faces on Information Security Management System (ISMS) when the changes of top management in an organisation occurred. Change of top management in an organisation could reflect the whole processes as different leader have different ways in managing the organisation including goal, mission, vision, policies and plans. Many certified ISO27001 organisations have facing the problems during Internal Audit (IA) process when there are changes of top management in an organisation. This paper explores the possibility of concept in ensuring the change of top management doesnâ€™t affect the ISMS in place and contributes the key requirements for management activities in information security in order to make sure the information security process doesnâ€™t get affected when there are changes of top management.
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