Dustin Ormond, PhD
Dustin Ormond, PhD

Dustin Ormond, PhD

Associate Professor
Heider College of Business

Academic Appointments

Department

  • Accounting and Business Intelligence & Analytics

Position

  • Associate Professor

Biography

Publications and Presentations

Articles

  • Cultivating cybersecurity learning: An integration of self-determination and flow, Computers & Security, 96, 2020
  • The BlueBox Practicum: Integrating Technology, Culture, and Academic Service-Learning, Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal, 9:1, 65-76, 2019
  • Integrating cognition with an affective lens to better understand information security policy compliance, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 20:12, 1794-1843, 2018
  • Don’t even think about it! Anti-neutralization, information, and normative influence in information security compliance, Journal of Association for Information Systems, 19:8, 689-715, 2017
  • Crossler, R.E., Belanger, F., & Ormond, D. The quest for complete security: An empirical analysis of an individual's 360 degree protection from security threats, Information Systems Frontiers, 1-15, 2017
  • Ormond, D., Warkentin, M., & Johnston, A. Perceived deception: Evaluating source credibility and self-efficacy, Journal of Information Privacy and Security, 12(4), 197-217, 2016
  • Mchaney, R., Warkentin, M., Sachs, D., Pope, M. B., & Ormond, D. Teaching social media in business, Journal of Information Technology Education: Innovations in Practice, 14, 39-62, 2015
  • Ormond, Dustin, Warkentin, Merrill Is this a Joke? the Impact of Message Manipulations on Risk Perceptions, Journal of Computer Information Systems, 55(2), 9-19, 2014
  • Barlow, J.B., Warkentin, M., Ormond, D., & Dennis, A.R. Don't make excuses! Discouraging neutralization to reduce IT policy violation, Computers & Security, 39 (Part B), 145-159, 2013

Publications

  • Silic, M., Barlow, J. B., & Ormond, D. Warning! The effects of warning messages on deterring use of unapproved software, DeWald Roode Information Security Workshop, 2015
  • Ormond, D., & Warkentin, M. Message quality and quantity manipulations and their effects on perceived risk, Proceedings of the National Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference, 2012
  • Barlow, J.B., Warkentin, M., Ormond, D., & Dennis, A.R. Don't make excuses! Framing IT security training to reduce policy violation, Proceedings of the DeWald Roode Information Security Workshop, 2012
  • Ormond, D., Warkentin, M., Marett, K., & Johnston, A.C. Perceived deception: An evaluation of technology awareness and self-efficacy, Proceedings of the DeWald Roode Information Security Workshop, 1-21, 2011
  • Mutchler, L.A., Shim, J.P., & Ormond, D. Exploratory study on users' behavior: Smartphone usage, Proceedings of the 17th Annual Americas Conference on Information Systems, 1-9, 2011

Presentations

  • Curiosity killed the cat: Information systems misuse despite sanctions and rational choice. BYU Cybersecurity Research Seminar. Provo, Utah., 2021
  • Using accountability theory to determine how curiosity affects policy compliance. In Proceedings of the 26th Annual Americas Conference on Information Systems. Salt Lake City, Utah., 2020
  • Using accountability theory to determine how curiosity affects policy compliance. In Proceedings of the DeWald Roode Information Security Workshop 2020 IFIP WG 8.11/11.13 Workshop. Ames, IA., 2020
  • The BlueBox Project. Youth Leadership Omaha. Omaha, NE., 2020
  • Eating the forbidden fruit: Human curiosity entices data breaches. In Proceedings of the 25th Annual Americas Conference on Information Systems. Cancun, Mexico., 2019
  • The BlueBox Project. Poster at All Things Ignatian. Omaha, NE., 2019
  • The BlueBox Project. Booth at the Maha Conference. Omaha, NE., 2019
  • The BlueBox Project. Innovation that Inspires at the AACSB Conference. Edinburgh, Scotland., 2019
  • Ormond, D. (2018). Breached! Data security in the age of infiltration. Panelist at the Academy of Young Professionals in Omaha. Omaha, NE.
     , 2018
  • Kam, H.-J., Menard, P., & Ormond, D. (2017). Solving the shortage of cybersecurity talents: Motivating citizens to learn cybersecurity. Paper-a-thon at International Conference in Information Systems (ICIS). Seoul, South Korea., 2017
  • Ormond, D. (2017). Nature of online attacks and why they are successful. ISACA – Omaha Chapter, Fifth Annual Workshop. Omaha, NE., 2017
  • Silic, M., Barlow, J. B., & Ormond, D. (2015). Warning! The effects of warning messages on deterring use of unapproved software. In Proceedings of the DeWald Roode Information Security Workshop 2015 IFIP WG 8.11/11.13 Workshop. Newark, DE., 2015
  • Ormond, D., Warkentin, M., Marett, K., & Johnston, A. C. (2011). Perceived deception: An evaluation of technology awareness and self-efficacy. In Proceedings of the DeWald Roode Information Security Workshop 2011 IFIP WG 8.11/11.13 Workshop (pp. 1–21). Blacksburg, VA., 2011

Research and Scholarship

Research and Scholarship Interests

  • Information Security, Affective Computing, and Database Management Systems

Current Research Projects

  • Behavioral Information Security
    Neutralization
    Deception
    Affect

Grant Funding Received

  • Heider College of Business Summer Research Grant

Awards and Honors

  • Nominated for 2021 Robert F. Kennedy Award Memorial Award for Teaching Achievement, 2021
  • Website Development, 2020
  • Awarded Graduate Business Faculty Member of the Year, Heider College of Business, 2019
  • Creighton Atta Billy Award for Outstanding Scholarship, Heider College of Business, 2019
  • Cahill Award of Excellence, Heider College of Business, 2019
  • Highlight a the AACSB’s Innovations That Inspire Challenge, AACSB, 2019
  • Nomination for the AACSB’s Innovations That Inspire Challenge, Heider College of Business, 2018
  • Creighton Atta Billy Award for Outstanding Scholarship, Heider College of Business, 2018
  • Cahill Award of Excellence, Heider College of Business, 2018
  • Nominated for Faculty Member of the Year, Heider College of Business, 2018
  • Lexis of Omaha Faculty Member of the Game, Student Athlete, 2018
  • Nominated for Beta Gamma Sigma Professor of the Year, Beta Gamma Sigma, 2017
  • Nominated for Faculty Member of the Year, Heider College of Business, 2017
  • Nominated for Faculty Member of the Year, Heider College of Business, 2016
  • Awarded Faculty Member of the Year, Heider College of Business, 2015
  • Scholarship for Service, CyberCorps, 2013
  • Nominated for Best Scientific Cybersecurity Paper, NSA, 2013