The Role of Information Security in Quality of Management
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Slawomir Wawak: Cracow University of Economics, Poland
from University of Primorska, Faculty of Management Koper
The importance of access to information in organizations is constantly growing. On one hand, there is a high demandfor complete information, while on the other hand it is desirable to prevent information overload. Proper information management affects not only the quality of managers’ work, but through the effects oftheir workit also affects the quality of all employees in the organization. Therefore, a proper information system construction is ofhigh importance. The article discusses one aspect of such a system – information security.
Keywords: quality of management; information security; information systems (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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