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An Adversarial Viewpoint of Human and Organizational Factors in Computer and Information Security: Final Report
This report presents a multi-dimensional examination of the human and organizational factors that effect computer and information security (CIS) and explains how human and organizational factors contribute to CIS ...
Quality in the Public Sector: The Employees' Perspective
This study investigated the effects of the implementation of quality in a public service organization on employees' strain and satisfaction
Human Factors E-Security Workgroup Report of Findings
One of the greatest barriers to effective e-security are the human and organizational factors that contribute to and cause the technical and social vulnerabilities of an organization's computer and information system. The ...
Red Team Performance: Summary of Findings
This report summarizes a study the performance of the red team program at Sandia National Laboratories. This study describes the factors that contribute to and hinder red team performance, as well as various measures of ...
Reducing Workload and Increasing Patient Safety Through Work and Workspace Design
This paper was commissioned by the Institute of Medicine Committee on the Work Environment for Nurses and Patient Safety. It was used by the IOM for its report on Keeping Patients Safe - Transforming the Work Environment ...