ISPC in Malaysian Oil and Gas Organizations

ISPC in Malaysian Oil and Gas Organizations

Citation Author(s):
Rao Faizan
Ali
UTP
Dhanapal Durai
Dominic
UTP
Kashif
Ali
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Rao Faizan Ali
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10.21227/patd-9w49
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Oil and gas organizations have enormous operations which generate terabytes of data. Management and utilization of this big data requires large IT infrastructure comprising of various information systems. Oil and gas organizations are spending much of their budgets on information security and privacy related issues. Most of these organizations put their efforts on technical solutions for information security. Whereas majority of the security incidents occur due to negligence of internal employees’ attitude. Insider's lack of compliance with information security policy causes much more damage than any technical attack. This paper presents a comprehensive research framework for information security policy compliance specifically for oil and gas organizations. A framework developed and refined by the literature review, qualitative analysis from the domain specialists, and a pilot study. Quantitative analysis suggested that oil and gas employees have a hectic work routine, which causes stress and value conflicts. Literature review revealed that stress and value conflicts are the reasons for deviant behaviors. Moreover, good organizational governance and social bonding can mitigate stress and value conflicts. 254 mangers from oil and gas industry participated in online survey of this research. Results of the data analysis proved good organizational governance improves social bonding between employees, and improved social bonding enhance intention towards information security policy compliance R2 value up to 0.687

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The sampled population for this research was the executives/mangers working in public and private O&G organizations in Malaysia. According to the report of Malaysian Oil & Gas Service Council (MOGSC), there are 435 registered companies. Malaysian Oil & Gas Service Council (MOGSC) categorized into product & services. It was impractical to get the response of all employees. Therefore, to generalize the findings, we extracted the sample from population through .

For this research, we gathered the data from both product & services sectors Where most of the executives/managers performed their duties. It was not feasible to approach all managers working in all the industry. The companies were chosen through simple random sampling (SRS) technique. A total of 150 companies out of 435 were chosen for data collection based on their working capital. We focus on such departments that frequently interact with human and computers.   

Due to the resources and time constraints, it was infeasible to approach all managers in 150 industries. Hence, a second round of simple random sampling (SRS) was carried out with the help of HR department of each industry. Finally, managers were selected randomly from each department to contribute towards this study. We gathered the data using self-administered questionnaires and sent an online survey link using e-mail address acquired by the HR department.

We intended to use Partial least square based structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) technique to validate the data. The data range between 200-400 was deemed sufficient for data analysis [50]. We sent questionnaires to 300 executives/managers and received 260 responses in total. After data screening process, 254 usable responses were taken for further analysis. In this research, we used SPSS-23 for initial statistical analysis and SmartPLS 3 for SEM techniques.

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[1] Rao Faizan Ali, Dhanapal Durai Dominic, Kashif Ali, "ISPC in Malaysian Oil and Gas Organizations", IEEE Dataport, 2020. [Online]. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.21227/patd-9w49. Accessed: Jun. 02, 2020.
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Rao Faizan Ali, Dhanapal Durai Dominic, Kashif Ali. (2020). ISPC in Malaysian Oil and Gas Organizations. IEEE Dataport. http://dx.doi.org/10.21227/patd-9w49
Rao Faizan Ali, Dhanapal Durai Dominic, Kashif Ali, 2020. ISPC in Malaysian Oil and Gas Organizations. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.21227/patd-9w49.
Rao Faizan Ali, Dhanapal Durai Dominic, Kashif Ali. (2020). "ISPC in Malaysian Oil and Gas Organizations." Web.
1. Rao Faizan Ali, Dhanapal Durai Dominic, Kashif Ali. ISPC in Malaysian Oil and Gas Organizations [Internet]. IEEE Dataport; 2020. Available from : http://dx.doi.org/10.21227/patd-9w49
Rao Faizan Ali, Dhanapal Durai Dominic, Kashif Ali. "ISPC in Malaysian Oil and Gas Organizations." doi: 10.21227/patd-9w49