Considerations for Modelling Firm-Level Innovation Processes in Privacy and Cyber Security Organisations

Jamie R Power, Zeta Dooly

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Rapid changes in technology infrastructure, the explosion of data, always-on-always-connected world, the emergence of “multiple internets” and escalating regulation and standards have and continue to offer fertile ground for the development of products and services to increase ICT and personal security. A prevalent challenge however, facing the privacy and cybersecurity (PACS) community is transitioning technical R&D outputs into commercial and marketplace-ready products and services. Compounding this, the PACS domain is deeply influenced from various themes driven by technical, human, societal, organizational, economic, legal, and regulatory concerns among others; these factors combine to create marketplace and innovation ecosystem with complex value chain relationships. In response, this paper seeks to address the innovation phenomenon at the firm-level by delineating innovation ecosystems and identifying key components for consideration in terms of assessing and in turn, (re)modelling innovation processes.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2014
EventAdvanced Research in Scientific Areas ARSA - Slovenia, Slovenia
Duration: 01 Jan 2014 → …


ConferenceAdvanced Research in Scientific Areas ARSA
Period01/01/2014 → …
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