Research title Project management in Cybersecurity, Invasion of Privacy, Information management, and Security. 2. Research aims (and/or objectives) and research questions (must be realistically achievable within limited time – SMART Criteria) Reasons for Selecting this Topic and the Rationale The rising cases of cybercrime and inefficient measures applied by organizations to counter cyber threats are concepts that have inspired this research. In efforts to tame e-criminals, organizations invest heavily, and some are not able to meet the high costs of security protocols. The findings of this research will provide clarity on the concept of cybersecurity and the best approaches to counter e-criminals. Gap Analysis Gap analysis in this research will determine the difference between the current approaches to securing information systems in organizations and the anticipated advancements to meet future threats of cybercrime. Research Aims This project aims to establish a fundamental shift in cybersecurity project management approaches, towards a methodology that relieves the existing limitations of the modern cybersecurity risk management designs, laying a critical focus on business-related infrastructures. A particular focus on the detrimental effects on the multi-sector business environment, particularly in project management. Research objectives 1. Present and promote an all-round rational approach to the issue of cybersecurity in project management using top-quality scientific studies and experimental proofs. 2. To coin a design exhibiting techniques for the understanding and analysis of cybersecurity risks in project management. 3. Form a stable foundation for the promotion of ideas on software engineering tool development by advancing the involvement and collaboration of key stakeholders in security sectors. 4. Integration of appropriate modeling and visualization techniques to facilitate practicality in the prediction and representation of multiple cybersecurity attacks. 3. Research in context – what is the background of your research Technology use in business operations and project management operations is increasingly growing in all organizational processes raising the question of security threats as well as the efficiency of the protective measures put in place by project managers. Proper protection of user data, privacy, and money from invasion by cybercriminals is essential and should be prioritized when installing new technology in organizations as a way of blocking unwarranted access to user’s data.
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