Miranda is a PhD student in Information Systems, at the School of Computer Science, Physics and Mathematics, at Linnaeus University in Sweden. She received a Master Degree in Computer Science from Växjö University and a Bachelor Degree in Computer Science from South East European University.
She has also worked in industry as a software engineer and a database administrator.
Her research interest concerns one of the most crucial resources of our human and social affairs: Information. Her focus is on information security in organizations, with the objective to explore and understand employees’ compliance behaviour with information security policies. Thus, Miranda’s intention is to explore the role of insecurity of information in organizations that many times contributes to problems in a disorderly fashion, often occurring through information technology.
She is affiliated with the Information Logistics Research Group and the Center for Learning and Knowledge Technologies (CeLeKT) both at Linnaeus University.
She is an affiliated doctoral student with the Swedish Research School of Management and IT (MIT), and she is a committee member of the IFIP 9.2.
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Phone: +46 (0) 47 076 8992
Kajtazi, M. (forthcoming). Exploring Employees’ Escalating Behavior as an Antecedent of Information Security Policy Noncompliance Behaviour. Proceedings of the preICIS 11th WISP Information Security Workshop, Orlando, FL, USA, December 15-19.
Kajtazi, M. (2012). Information Inadequacy: the Lack of Needed Information in Human, Social and Industrial Affairs. 10th International Conference on Human Choice and Computers (HCC10). LNCS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Kajtazi, M. (2011). An Exploration of Information Inadequacy: Instances that Cause the Lack of Needed Information, Licentiate Thesis, School of Computer Science, Physics, and Mathematics, Linnaeus University, Växjö.
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