Cybersecurity Crisis Management and Lessons Learned From the COVID-19 Pandemic

  • 5h 5m
  • Aida Ben Chehida Douss, Ryma Abassi
  • IGI Global
  • 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced organizations and individuals to embrace new practices such as social distancing and remote working. During these unprecedented times, many have increasingly relied on the internet for work, shopping, and healthcare. However, while the world focuses on the health and economic threats posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, cyber criminals are capitalizing on this crisis as the world has become more digitally dependent and vulnerable than ever.

Cybersecurity Crisis Management and Lessons Learned From the COVID-19 Pandemic provides cutting-edge research on the best guidelines for preventing, detecting, and responding to cyber threats within educational, business, health, and governmental organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic. It further highlights the importance of focusing on cybersecurity within organizational crisis management. Covering topics such as privacy and healthcare, remote work, and personal health data, this premier reference source is an indispensable resource for startup companies, health and business executives, ICT procurement managers, IT professionals, libraries, students and educators of higher education, entrepreneurs, government officials, social media experts, researchers, and academicians.

About the Author

Ryma Abassi received her engineering degree in Networks & Telecommunications in 2004, and her MSc and PhD degrees from the Higher Communication School, Sup’Com in 2006 and 2010, respectively. Currently, she is an Assistant Professor and the Director of ISET'Com and member of the “Digital Security” research lab at SUP’Com. Dr Ryma Abassi was a Fulbright scholar at Tufts University, MA, USA where she worked on formal methods for security protocols validation. Moreover, she obtained the SSHN grant two times in 2014 and 2017 and is a visiting professor at University of Limoges. Her current researches are focusing on MANET/VANET security, trust management,, security protocols validation, IoT security etc. She has more than 50 publications in impacted journals and classified conferences and is currently supervising two PhD students.

Aida Ben Chehida Douss received her engineering degree in Networks & Telecommunications from INSAT in 2011, her MSc from Tunisia Polytechnic School, EPT in 2012 and her PhD degrees from the Higher Communication School, Sup’Com in 2016. Currently, she is Assistant Professor at National School of Engineers of Tunis and member of the “Digital Security” unit at Sup’Com. She does research in Communication Engineering, Computer Engineering, MANET/VANET security, trust management and Telecommunications Engineering Their current project is Dealing with security issues in MANET/VANET and in-vehicles networks. Dr Ben Chehida has about 30 publications in prestigious journals and valuables conferences and is currently co-supervising PhD students. Dr Ben Chehida edited her first book entitled “Security Frameworks in Contemporary Electronic Government” in 2018.

In this Book

  • A Review on Data Privacy and Security in the Time of COVID-19
  • COVID-19 Pandemic and its Brunt on Digital Transformation and Cybersecurity
  • COVID-19—The Impact on Global Cyber Security Infrastructures in Organizations
  • The Legal Protection of National Cyberspace and the COVID-19 Pandemic—Case of Tunisia
  • Privacy and Healthcare During COVID-19
  • Protection of Personal Health Data During the SARS_COV19 Pandemic in Tunisia
  • 5G-Supported Disease Monitoring
  • Stress Management during the COVID-19 Pandemic within the Ambulance Service Staff of Hospitals
  • Work from Home Experience of University Teachers during the COVID-19 Pandemic—A Qualitative Overview
  • A Survey on COVID-19 Fake News Detection on Twitter
  • Compilation of References