This study aims to explore information security policy (ISP) compliance intention through psychological empowerment (PE), position level, and awareness of audit. An analysis was conducted to test the nonlinear partial least square structural model with research hypotheses using WarpPLS 5.0. The results will be summarized as follows. 1) Position level negatively affects intention to ISP compliance. 2) Awareness of audit positively affects compliance information security policy intention. 3) PE has a moderating effect on the links between awareness of audit and position level. This study provides practical and useful guidance for managers in establishing and managing ISP.
Lee, Haewon; Jeon, Soohyun; and Zeelim-Hovav, Anat, "IMPACT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL EMPOWERMENT, POSITION AND AWARENESS OF AUDIT ON INFORMATION SECURITY POLICY COMPLIANCE INTENTION" (2016). PACIS 2016 Proceedings. 62.