Cyber Ways Podcast

Cybersecurity Regulation and Maturity with Dr. Jeffrey Proudfoot

August 18, 2022 Tom Stafford, Craig Van Slyke Season 1 Episode 14
Cyber Ways Podcast
Cybersecurity Regulation and Maturity with Dr. Jeffrey Proudfoot
Show Notes

In this episode of Cyber Ways, Dr. Jeffrey Proudfoot of Bentley University joins Tom and Craig to discuss his research on how cybersecurity regulations affect cybersecurity maturity. Dr. Proudfoot is collaborating with Dr. Stuart Madnick of MIT's Sloan School of Business on this program of research.

Dr. Proudfoot is an associate professor on information and process management in Bentley’s business school and is also a research affiliate at MIT’s "Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan" research group. He holds a Ph.D. in management information systems from the University of Arizona. Dr. Proudfoot’s research focuses on various aspects of cybersecurity. He has published over 40 scholarly works, including articles in some of our top journals, including MIS Quarterly, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, and Journal of Management Information Systems. He has also received over $1 million in research funding from agencies such as the National Science Foundation.

Citation: Proudfoot, J. and Madnick, S. (2022). Regulatory facilitators and impediments impacting cybersecurity maturity, Proceedings of the Twenty-Eighth Americas Conference on Information Systems, Minneapolis.

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