Smartphones have become an important part of organizational IT infrastructures including benefits such as increased productivity as well as IT security risks. These risks are mainly related to unauthorized access to corporate data. Integrating smartphones in organizations regarding security involves a sequence of decisions, ranging from the integration approach (smartphones owned by employees or by the organization) to specific security measures implemented on the devices. This is an ongoing process making constant adaption necessary due to progressive development of hard- and software and due to new security risks arising. We propose the Dynamic Security Success Model (DSSM) – a combination of the DeLone & McLean Information Systems Success Model and Argyris’ Organizational Learning Theory. This theoretical foundation combines the individual and the organizational impact of smartphone security measures with the learning perspective, allowing a company to respond to the ever changing security requirements of smartphones in organizations. Based on the DSSM, existing literature is reviewed and research gaps are derived for future work.
Reinfelder, Lena and Weishäupl, Eva, "A LITERATURE REVIEW ON SMARTPHONE SECURITY IN ORGANIZATIONS USING A NEW THEORETICAL MODEL – THE DYNAMIC SECURITY SUCCESS MODEL" (2016). PACIS 2016 Proceedings. 59.