CFP Securing Knowledge, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Systems and Managing Knowledge Risks Minitrack HICSS56 #call-for

Murray Jennex

Securing Knowledge, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Systems and Managing Knowledge Risks Minitrack
Track: Knowledge, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Systems

HICSS56, 2023

The purpose of this Minitrack is to focus on research on the intersection of knowledge systems, knowledge management, security and risk management. It seeks papers that investigate issues related to security and protection of intellectual assets and explore how organizations can use security measures to protect their KM practices. We seek papers focusing on the management of knowledge risks by using technical, legal or organizational measures. In addition to the organizational perspective, we also welcome papers investigating the impact of new technologies such as big data analytics or AI on knowledge risks; and on the use of KM to improve security. We appreciate conceptual, empirical as well as design-oriented papers. Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

  *   Securing Knowledge and Innovation Systems
  *   Managing Knowledge Risks in the Knowledge Society
  *   Managing Knowledge Risks in Digital Supply Chains
  *   Securing intellectual assets
  *   Awareness for Knowledge Risks
  *   Privacy issues in Knowledge Systems, Knowledge Society, and Knowledge Management
  *   Assessing Knowledge Risks
  *   The dark side of unsecure knowledge, innovation, and/or entrepreneurial systems
  *   Manifestations of knowledge risks
  *   Definition of the Organizational Knowledge Boundary
  *   Risk Mitigation Plans for unwanted Knowledge Spillovers
  *   Preventive and reactive measures for knowledge protection
  *   Security strategies within and outside the company boundaries
  *   Training employees on potential threats to knowledge security breaches
  *   Preventative measures to secure KM assets
  *   Knowledge loss risk management
  *   Impact of immigration and cultural issues on potential KM security breach
  *   Using KM security to mitigate impacts of retirement and worker transience
  *   Measuring the risk of knowledge loss due to a security breach
  *   Security models and architectures for knowledge systems
  *   Modeling risk in knowledge systems
  *   Tradeoffs in knowledge systems between security and knowledge sharing
  *   Technologies for knowledge system security
  *   Using Knowledge and KM to improve security
  *   Data Analytics and Knowledge Risks
  *   Knowledge Risks in Digital Supply Chains
  *   Security in AI, AR, crowd science and other topics

Minitrack Co-Chairs:
Alexandra Durcikova (Primary Contact)
University of Oklahoma
Murray E. Jennex
West Texas A&M University
Ilona Ilvonen
Tampere University