Heeding recent calls for more replications in MIS research (Dennis and Valacich 2014), this study is a methodological replication of the original research (D’Arcy and Greene 2014) to investigate the drivers of employees’ security compliance regarding security culture and the employment relationship. Data were collected using an online survey of respondents recruited with the snowball method. We applied the structural equation modeling technique (SmartPLS 2.0) to test three hypotheses and achieved similar results compared with the original paper. Our findings reflect that organizational security culture and employees’ job satisfaction are drivers of employees’ security compliance in the workplace. The results also provide empirical validation of the measurement of security culture, which consisted of a three-dimensional nature, including top management commitment, security communication, and computer monitoring.
McKnight, Zhen Sui and Warkentin, Merrill, "Information Security Compliance regarding Security Culture, Job Satisfaction, and Perceived Organizational Support" (2020). WISP 2020 Proceedings. 10.