Data safety assaults on oil and gasoline (O&G) organizations have elevated for the reason that final decade. From 2015 to 2019, virtually 70 p.c of O&G organizations confronted not less than one vital safety breach worldwide. Analysis has proven that 43 p.c of safety assaults on O&G organizations happen as a result of non-compliant conduct of O&G workers in direction of data safety coverage. The prevailing literature gives a number of options for technical safety controls of O&G organizations. Nevertheless, there are only a few research obtainable that handle behavioral safety controls, particularly for O&G organizations of growing international locations. The aim of this research is to supply a complete framework for data safety coverage compliance (ISPC) for the O&G sector. A mixed-method method is used to develop the analysis framework. Semi-structured interviews from O&G specialists refined the developed framework. Based mostly on qualitative research a survey questionnaire was developed. To guage the analysis framework, structural equation modeling was utilized to a pattern of 254 managers/executives from 150 Malaysian O&G organizations. The obtained check outcomes confirmed the proposed analysis mannequin, in response to which good social bonding amongst workers performs a essential function in bettering ISPC. Nevertheless, there was much less help for the notion that each one organizational governance elements considerably enhance the social bonding of Malaysian O&G organizations workers. This paper contributes to the present data system (IS) literature by exploring the interrelationships amongst organizational governance, social bonding, and knowledge safety coverage compliance (ISPC) in Malaysian O&G organizations.