The chapter is putting forward the idea that internal marketing is a tool of which there are many to embed a culture to combat cybersecurity threats. This conceptual paper is suggesting that cybersecurity threats are multi-facet and although internal marketing is a major contributing factor in reducing the threats, other factors are in play. The shape of the organisation (i.e., bureaucratic or organic) has an important bearing on the implementation of a marketing-oriented culture, including that of internal marketing and, thus, the success of a cybersecurity-conscious organisational culture. Another significant factor in creating a cybersecurity-conscious organisational culture is the management willingness to empower and employees and their willingness to accept the responsibility to make decisions and be accountable, which requires acceptance of the authority.
|Name||Research Anthology on Business Aspects of Cybersecurity|