AN IMPERATIVE INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MEASURES IN THE PUBLIC SECTORS OF GHANA. A CASE STUDY OF THE GHANA AUDIT SERVICE

  • Abilimi A Christopher, Dr.Ing Edward Opoku-Mensah, Judith N.Ayembililah

Abstract

The essence of information usage in the public working sectors of Ghana is very important as these sectors usually keep information about the citizens as well as the clients to these sectors. As such the measures and tools put in place to manage that information to ensure the security of it is important. The researcher investigates the various security breaches and the countermeasures to overcome or manage the breaches. A survey was carried out on Ghana Audit Service using a purposive sampling for sampling various stake holders involved in the auditing sector and hence the results analysed using statistical software (Statistical Package for Social science) and presented in tables and figures and the necessary parameters discussed.

Published
2013-10-13
Section
Computer Sciences