This study examined the phenomenon of motivation among individuals who experienced a Security Education Training and Awareness (SETA) program session as members of US technology companies. This qualitative phenomenological study captured recipient’s experiences who attended a SETA program session within the last 12-months using SurveyGizmo distributed through LinkedIn. Close-ended questions identified areas where additional information about individual experiences could be captured through open-ended questions. This study identified nine Themes that informed potential future research and the five recommendations for SETA program design and corporate leadership. Future areas of research were identified as it relates to motivation triggered through a SETA programs with consideration to repetition, delivery mechanism, content, gender, and behavioral or learning theory.
|Commitee:||Paulus, Paul, Williams, Justin|
|School:||Capitol Technology University|
|School Location:||United States -- Maryland|
|Source:||DAI-A 82/6(E), Dissertation Abstracts International|
|Subjects:||Computer science, Information science, Psychology, Management|
|Keywords:||Cybersecurity, Information security, Motivation, Security training|
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