Increased dynamism and complexity of cybersecurity threat environments mean that traditional approaches of managing cybersecurity are no longer effective to minimize the harm of cybersecurity attacks. Although comprehensive guidelines and past studies that address the issue of effective incident management are available, a conceptual model that explains and addresses organizational factors that might help or impede organizational ability to manage cybersecurity incidents effectively is yet to be developed and empirically tested. To address this gap, this research aim to develop and empirically test a conceptual model that would address the role of both social and technical part of cybersecurity infrastructure in enhancing organization’s incident management effectiveness. Based on dynamic capability perspective, a research model has been developed. Research motivation, literature review, research methodology, as well as potential research and practical implications are discussed in this manuscript.
Siregar, Sessika and Chang, Kuochung, "(RIP) Cybersecurity Agility: Antecedents and Effects on Security Incident Management Effectiveness" (2019). PACIS 2019 Proceedings. 175.