Chair of Information Security and Compliance (‘Juniorprofessur’)

Welcome to the website of the Chair of Information Security and Compliance

The chair concentrates on aspects of strategic IT management with a particular focus on questions related to information security and information security management. The research focus lies on organizational capabilities that are necessary to secure information and IT. The course offerings focus on modern approaches for managing ‘the IT’ and issues related to information security. In particular, students will be enabled to understand, evaluate and design effective organizational structures and governance mechanisms that handle contemporary challenges of IT management. All courses impart highly relevant practical knowledge on well-established standards (such as ITIL, TOGAF, ISO 2700x) and up-to-date management approaches. However, all courses aim at giving you tools to conduct your own piece of research.


Articles accepted at the Americans Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) 2019 15.08 - 17.08.2019

We are happy to announce that the following articles were accepted for presentation at the Americans Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) 2019 in Cancún, México (15.08.-17.08.2019):

Herrenkind, B.; Lembcke, T.-B.; Trang, S.; Brendel, A. B.; Kolbe, L. M.: Where Do You Want to Go Today: Understanding the Adoption of IS-Enabled Business Trip Ridesharing Services

Lembcke, T.-B.; Masuch, K.; Trang, S.; Hengstler; S.; Plics, P.; Pamuk, M.: Fostering Information Security Compliance: Comparing the Predictive Power of Social Learning Theory and Deterrence Theory