The success of information security projects: An investigation of the project management process, project cost, project risks and user acceptance

by Chow, Ken Lee, Ph.D., CAPELLA UNIVERSITY, 2008, 117 pages; 3297915

Abstract:

The study was conducted in order to evaluate the relative role of project management, project cost, project risks, and end user acceptance in the success of information security projects. This research is a case study of a single company, utilizing a mixed methods research approach in the form of interviews and surveys. In particular, the researcher conducted a survey of 200 randomly selected employees of a company deploying IT security solutions. In addition, five employees from this company were interviewed. With this, the researcher makes an analysis out of the qualitative and quantitative data collected.

AdviserRonald Benson
SchoolCAPELLA UNIVERSITY
Source TypeDissertation
SubjectsManagement; Information science
Publication Number3297915

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