Keystroke cops: Prof outlines framework for fighting cybercrime

Assistant Professor of Information Systems Victor Benjamin has created the Darknet Identification, Collection, Evaluation with Ethics (DICE-E) framework, appropriately pronounced “dicey,” to help researchers understand and prevent cybercrime.

Trust me: Building strategic partnerships in a global marketplace

Trust has always been the cornerstone of a successful business relationship. But in a global marketplace, your business partners may include a myriad of companies spread across the globe, linked by information gateways.

Podcast: Privacy by design

Associate Professor Marilyn Prosch heads up the "Privacy by Design Research Initiative" at the W. P. Carey School's Department of Information Systems.

Risky business: Information systems research targets accounting threats

Call them a special breed: the scholars who work at the intersection of accounting and information systems. They target corporate risk by studying security, IT controls, IT processes, governance and compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley.

Avoiding a breach: Advice for managers from security experts

High-profile computer security breaches -- involving exposure of sensitive consumer information, uncovering of classified documents or disruption of corporate and government websites and systems – hit the news with alarming frequency.