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Dustin Ormond, PhD

Associate Professor

Accounting and Business Intelligence and Analytics

Dustin Ormond

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Heider College of Business
Accounting and Business Intelligence & Analytics - Business
Graduate School
Business Analytics (Graduate Certificate)
Analytics (Master of Science)
Business Intelligence and Analytics (Master of Science)
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Dustin Ormond, PhD

Associate Professor

Accounting and Business Intelligence and Analytics

Dr. Dustin Ormond is an assistant professor in the department of Business Intelligence and Analytics at Creighton University Heider College of Business.  The classes he teaches include cybersecurity and database management systems.  He is passionate about learning new things and getting things done!

He believes “in business intelligence and analytics there are endless possibilities.  Analytics is for the creative, inquisitive person and requires continual learning to stay on top of changes within the industry.  As a professor, my responsibility is to provide an environment that fosters ongoing learning while maintaining respectful teacher-to-student and student-to-student relationships.”

After beginning his initial studies in accounting, Dr. Ormond took an information systems course and found his passion in the subject matter.  He changed his course of study and has been actively involved in information systems and business intelligence and analytics ever since.  He believes the topic of study keeps his mind alert and aware of current trends that are impacting our world today.

His ongoing research interests include behavioral information security, specifically internet deception, neutralization of security policy, information security training and affective influence on information security behavior.

Dr. Ormond received his undergraduate and master’s degrees in Information Systems from a 5-year integrated program at Brigham Young University.  He went on to pursue his PhD  in Business Administration with a concentration in Information Systems from Mississippi State University. 

In addition to academia, Dr. Ormond’s personal interests include family, faith, and fun!  He finds inspiration from his wife and children, believes his belief in the gospel largely influences who he is, and thoroughly enjoys participating in all types of competitive and non-competitive sports.

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

Research Focus

Information Security, Affective Computing, and Database Management Systems

Department

Accounting and Business Intelligence & Analytics

Position

Associate Professor

Articles

  • Information Systems Journal
    Thats interesting: An examination of interest theory and self-determination in organizational cybersecurity training, p. 1-39 2022
  • Computers & Security
    Cultivating cybersecurity learning: An integration of self-determination and flow
    96 2020
  • Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal
    The BlueBox Practicum: Integrating Technology, Culture, and Academic Service-Learning
    9:1, p. 65-76 2019
  • Journal of the Association for Information Systems
    Integrating cognition with an affective lens to better understand information security policy compliance
    20:12, p. 1794-1843 2018
  • Journal of Association for Information Systems
    Don’t even think about it! Anti-neutralization, information, and normative influence in information security compliance
    19:8, p. 689-715 2017
  • Information Systems Frontiers
    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, p. 1-15 2017
  • Journal of Information Privacy and Security
    Ormond, D., Warkentin, M., & Johnston, A. Perceived deception: Evaluating source credibility and self-efficacy
    12(4), p. 197-217 2016
  • Journal of Information Technology Education: Innovations in Practice
    Mchaney, R., Warkentin, M., Sachs, D., Pope, M. B., & Ormond, D. Teaching social media in business
    14, p. 39-62 2015
  • Journal of Computer Information Systems
    Ormond, Dustin, Warkentin, Merrill Is this a Joke? the Impact of Message Manipulations on Risk Perceptions
    55(2), p. 9-19 2014
  • Computers & Security
    Barlow, J.B., Warkentin, M., Ormond, D., & Dennis, A.R. Don't make excuses! Discouraging neutralization to reduce IT policy violation
    39 (Part B), p. 145-159 2013

Publications

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

Presentations

  • Barlow, J., & Ormond, D. (2022). Security warning messages research: Past and future. MWAIS 2022. Omaha, Nebraska. 2022
  • 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

Awards

  • Awarded Undergraduate Faculty Member of the Year (2021-2022)
    Nominated and awarded by the Heider College of Business and Heider Business Senate per the comments of the students.
    Heider College of Business and Heider Business Senate
  • Cahill Award of Excellence (2021-2022)
    Awarded for contributions made for The BlueBox Project and CCI Initiative
    Heider College of Business
  • Creighton Atta Billy Award for Outstanding Scholarship (2021-2022)
    Awarded based on scholarship excellence for the academic year.
    Heider College of Business
  • Awarded Creighton Beta Gamma Sigma Professor of the Year (2021-2022)
    Nominated and awarded per the comments of the students who were part of Beta Gamma Sigma.
    Beta Gamma Sigma
  • Nominated for 2021 Robert F. Kennedy Award Memorial Award for Teaching Achievement
  • Creighton Atta Billy Award for Outstanding Scholarship (2020-2021)
    Awarded based on scholarship excellence for the academic year.
    Heider College of Business
  • Awarded Graduate Business Faculty Member of the Year (2018-2019)
    Heider College of Business
  • Creighton Atta Billy Award for Outstanding Scholarship (2018-2019)
    Awarded based on scholarship excellence for the academic year.
    Heider College of Business
  • Cahill Award of Excellence (2018-2019)
    Awarded for contributions made for The BlueBox Project
    Heider College of Business
  • Highlight a the AACSB’s Innovations That Inspire Challenge
    Highlight in the Innovations That Inspire Challenge for the BlueBox Project which inspires a new approach to research and its impact on the communities involved.
    AACSB
  • Nomination for the AACSB’s Innovations That Inspire Challenge
    Nominated for the Innovations That Inspire Challenge for the BlueBox Project which inspires a new approach to research and its impact on the communities involved.
    Heider College of Business
  • Creighton Atta Billy Award for Outstanding Scholarship (2017-2018)
    Awarded based on scholarship excellence for the academic year.
    Heider College of Business
  • Cahill Award of Excellence (2017-2018)
    Awarded based on level of service contributed to the Heider College of Business for the academic year.
    Heider College of Business
  • Nominated for Faculty Member of the Year (2017-2018)
    Nomination by the Heider College of Business and Heider Business Senate per the comments of the students.
    Heider College of Business
  • Lexis of Omaha Faculty Member of the Game
    Invited during half-time ceremony to be presented as the faculty member of the game. Nominated by a student athlete as her favorite faculty member.
    Student Athlete
  • Nominated for Beta Gamma Sigma Professor of the Year (2016-2017)
    Nominated by students of Beta Gamma Sigma to be professor of the year.
    Beta Gamma Sigma
  • Nominated for Faculty Member of the Year (2016-2017)
    Nomination by the Heider College of Business and Heider Business Senate per the comments of the students.
    Heider College of Business
  • Nominated for Undergraduate Faculty Member of the Year (2015-2016)
    Nomination by the Heider College of Business and Heider Business Senate per the comments of the students.
    Heider College of Business
  • Awarded Undergraduate Faculty Member of the Year (2014-2015)
    Nomination by the Heider College of Business and Heider Business Senate per the comments of the students.
    Heider College of Business
  • Scholarship for Service
    CyberCorps Scholarship for Service
    CyberCorps
  • Nominated for Best Scientific Cybersecurity Paper
    NSA 2013 Best Scientific Cybersecurity Paper
    NSA

Consulting

  • Website Development
    Main Consultant
    Black Dog Bikinis
    2020 - 2021