Kenneth J. Knapp
Information and Technology Management
University of Tampa
United States of America
Knapp’s research focuses on information and cyber security effectiveness in organizations. He has been published in Computers & Security, Government Information Quarterly, Information Systems Management, Information Systems Security, Information Management & Computer Security, International Journal of Information Security and Privacy, Journal of Digital Forensics, Security, and Law, and Communications of the Association for Information Systems. He served as the editor of a peer-review chapter book titled Cyber Security and Global Information Assurance: Threat Analysis and Response Solutions. His research has been covered in media outlets such as Computerworld, Network World, CIO and CSO magazines and in (ISC)2 press releases. He is a member of the Association for Information Systems (AIS), the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) and the Tampa Bay Technology Leadership Association (TBTLA).
Kenneth Knapp's specialties include information systems management, information and cyber security, IT governance and strategy, data and network communications, systems analysis and development and design.
Knapp KJ, Boulton WR. Cyber-warfare threatens corporations: Expansion into commercial environments. Information Systems Management. 2006 Apr 1;23(2):76.
Knapp KJ, Morris RF, Marshall TE, Byrd TA. Information security policy: An organizational-level process model. Computers & Security. 2009 Oct 31;28(7):493-508.
Knapp KJ, Marshall TE, Kelly Rainer R, Nelson Ford F. Information security: management's effect on culture and policy. Information Management & Computer Security. 2006 Jan 1;14(1):24-36.