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Journal: Studia Securitatis (Vol.XVI, No. 1)

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Page : 27-49

Keywords : Reengineering; information management; information society; Business Plan of Reengineering – BPR; information security; security guarantees; information resilience;

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Following the analysis of the theories specific to the process of carrying out a Business Reengineering Plan (BPR), from the perspective of the security of the information provided and the security guarantees offered to the management of any such process, we consider that a systemic approach to introduce the subject among the central themes of the term is needed. Management reengineering and/or management reengineering at the organizational/corporate level is one of the major challenges facing the shareholders/owners of a company that initiates such an approach today. The lack of information protection and the guarantee of its security, within the concept of reengineering, especially in the current society conditions (characterized by major economic effects caused by crises, pandemics, cyber attacks, etc.), is one of the big unresolved problems of reengineering but also the major reason for the distrust of employees in companies subject to this process. As a solution, we propose the introduction in the Reengineering Plan of a new step, called security, along with the seven steps of classic reengineering, in view of the need to ensure information security during the process, a step that thus becomes conditional. At the same time, the stability of the BPR is characterized by a state of resilience, based on the balance of three components: organizational culture/trust, team professionalism and technological level appropriate to the legal environments, which only in reciprocal balance can ensure the success of the process.

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