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A critical analysis of two 2006 information technology security surveys

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current graduate student
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Advanced
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psychology
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  1. Introduction
    1. Methodology (ACCSS 2006)
    2. Methodology (EGYM 2006)
  2. Pre theoretical/theoretical (ACCSS 2006)
  3. Empirical (ACCSS 2006)
  4. Empirical (EYGM 2006)
  5. Conclusion
  6. References

My analysis of two surveys ? the 2006 Australian Computer Crime and Security Survey (AusCERT, 2006) and the Ernst and Young 2006 Global Information Security Survey (Ernst and Young Global Limited, 2006) will proceed systematically according to the following simple scheme, one that is motivated by the categories of scientific activities that, T.S. Kuhn posited (Kuhn, 1962), capture what he called normal science

One of my central concerns is to situate several of the unexpected, anomalous, and/or inconsistent points of departure to the extent that such points are made possible by interactions between these levels, both individually (i.e., occurring solely within one survey) and comparatively (i.e., obtaining relationally between surveys).

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