Cybersecurity Issues and Practices in Cloud Context: A comparison amongst Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises
The advancement and the proliferation of information systems among enterprises have given rise to cybersecurity. Cybersecurity practices provide a set of techniques and procedures to protect the systems, networks, programs and data from attack, damage, or unauthorised access (ACSC 2020). Such cybersecurity practices vary and are applied differently to different types of enterprises. The purpose of this research is to compare the critical cybersecurity threats and practices in the cloud context among micro, small, and medium enterprises. By conducting a survey among 289 micro, small and medium-sized enterprises in Australia, this study highlights the significant differences in their cloud security practices. It also concludes that future studies that focus on cybersecurity issues and practices in the context of cloud computing should pay attention to these differences.
Nagahawatta, Ruwan; Lokuge, Sachithra; Warren, Matthew; and Salzman, Scott, "Cybersecurity Issues and Practices in Cloud Context: A comparison amongst Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises" (2021). ACIS 2021 Proceedings. 45.