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A Broader View of Information Risk during Internet Transactions

James Lee Jr., Merrill Warkentin, Allen C. Johnston
2016 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
Because information in transit is at risk from a network environment's vulnerabilities, we focus on the implications of such risk on Internet activities.  ...  Ubiquitous networking facilitates Internet access across multiple network environments, whose value is tied directly to user perceptions of its ability to securely execute transactions.  ...  Figure 5 . 5 Research Model Mapped to a Decision Process 184 A 184 Broader View of Perceived Risk during Internet Transactions Volume 38 Paper 8  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.03808 fatcat:qghwroyrz5eo5cg7pm3mmejvpa

Modeling the electronic transactions acceptance using an extended technology acceptance model

Said S. Al-Gahtani
2011 Applied Computing and Informatics  
To view a broader picture of electronic transaction acceptance in Saudi Arabia, general Internet use with four demographic variables were also incorporated into the model.  ...  The outlook for e-commerce and e-government depends not only on individuals acceptance of internet technologies as viable transaction means, but also on the recognition of the Web as a reliable milieu.  ...  To view a broader picture of electronic transaction acceptance in Saudi Arabia, general Internet use with four demographic variables were also incorporated into the model.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aci.2009.04.001 fatcat:gxwrqe7lkzhybf2tf6ozq6jffe

The Structural Relationship Information Technology Used and Risk toward Banking Customer Satisfaction during Covid19, Indonesia

Surachman Surjaatmadja, Et. al.
2021 Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education  
The results of the analysis show that functional quality, perceived customer value, technology use, perceived risk and customer experience have a significant relationship with banking customer satisfaction  ...  Investigation on the structural relationship of information technology functional quality, customer value, technology used, risk perception and customer experience of banking customer satisfaction during  ...  Customers are also said to have a perceived risk when making transactions, additional time and errors occur during the transaction period turning to perceived risk. (Littler D, Melanthiou D., 2006) .  ... 
doi:10.17762/turcomat.v12i4.1417 fatcat:kgidkkelfvdt3llb3milakihqe

Internet Banking Adaptation in Different Age Ranges

2019 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
The Internet application has dramatically expanded since the past decade, and such expansion has equally led to the increased risk in the Internet usage, especially in the domain of internet banking.  ...  Additionally, different segments of users show different levels of perceived lack of information.  ...  Also, individuals in this group have different view concerning internet banking risk.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.d8262.118419 fatcat:2fxhjlxngbcublvfw7f3nvibaq

Private Transactions in Public Places: An Exploration of the Impact of the Computer Environment on Public Transactional Web Site Use

Ann Rensel, June Abbas, H. Raghav Rao
2006 Journal of the AIS  
We expand the Facilitating Conditions construct of Triandis' (1980) modified theory of reasoned action to develop a model of transactional Web site use in public environments that incorporates the physical  ...  Publicly-available computers connected to the Internet are an important and expanding source of Internet access for consumers.  ...  The research of the third author is also supported in part by the National Science Foundation under grant #0420448. The usual disclaimer applies.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00077 fatcat:r5n6d7rk35g2tp3szwmvsy6ksi

Consumer's Perceived Communicational Risks in Predicting Internet-Based Shopping Intention

Shahid Bashir, Manan Aslam, Faridah Ibrahim, Kamaljeet Kaur
2017 Jurnal Komunikasi Malaysian Journal of Communication  
Though, in such regards, few of the most recent text focused precisely towards a modified fact that the consumer's shopping intention may depend on their perceived communicational risks in an online trade  ...  It is widely known in the related literature that consumer's perceived communicational risks act as a chief barrier to their online purchase decision.  ...  Initially, a consumer might be encouraged to purchase a fake product due to a low price, but the ultimate effect of such a transaction might lead to a higher perception of risk in the broader context of  ... 
doi:10.17576/jkmjc-2017-3301-02 fatcat:dexcxobtcfct3lz7oji3v6272a

Consumer Behavior as a Determinant Factor of E-Commerce Development in Cameroon

Zoa BItjoka Jacques Ivan
2019 International Journal of Engineering and Management Research  
The coming of electronic commerce to Cameroon, which is an internet way of doing transactions and provision of goods and services to customers, has spruced up the way people do things in this country.  ...  The research established that a good number of Cameroonians were adopting electronic commerce for their online transactions like buying of goods and services and an increase in the trust.  ...  Several other research studies have also validated the fact that the perceived risk has a negative influence on the utility perceived by consumers or perceived ease of purchase on the Internet.  ... 
doi:10.31033/ijemr.9.3.19 fatcat:v5jfngc6xfcolkilxgh4ez6e4i

The Role of E-Business Management in Achieving Efficient Performance in Business For Both the Public and the Private Sectors to Reach the Concept of the Total Quality

Bader Alqaied, Khaled Alsardia, Osama Shaddad, Nawwaf Alfawaerah
2014 American Journal of Business and Management  
Companies, both the public and the private sectors have been taking advantage of e-business as a modern chance to develop business outcomes, but various organisations have not been implementing this approach  ...  The shareholders or owners perform an important role in making decisions regarding the adoption of e-business; the major value presented from applying the internet was developed brand and/or product knowledge  ...  Precisely, traders will produce consumer confidence where there is a high level of perceived risk in a transaction.  ... 
doi:10.11634/216796061403545 fatcat:nh37reyawbfzpgu4yjmy4b6khe

Understanding FinTech Platform Adoption: Impacts of Perceived Value and Perceived Risk

Jianli Xie, Liying Ye, Wei Huang, Min Ye
2021 Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research  
risk) alongside the core construct of UTAUT.  ...  , and perceived risk affect individuals' perceived value, which in turn influences adoption intention.  ...  However, this study only theorizes about the impact of perceived risk from a holistic view.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jtaer16050106 fatcat:7weutgvmy5hstpwtiztzjk5nam

Examining the Impact of E-privacy Risk Concerns on Citizens' Intentions to Use E-government Services: An Oman Perspective

Dhiyab Al Abri, Tanya McGill, Michael Dixon
2009 Journal of Information Privacy and Security  
E-privacy concerns are among the online transactions risks that influence the use of e-services and e-government services.  ...  The study found that e-privacy concerns and perceptions of the protection available against risks influence citizens' intentions to use e-government services via their influence on the perceived trustworthiness  ...  E-privacy risk concerns are citizens' concerns regarding potential loss of control over personal information, such as when information about a citizen, obtained during their use of egovernment services  ... 
doi:10.1080/15536548.2009.10855861 fatcat:hpytu7t3efchpmaiou75kxpeme

An Examination of Home Internet and Mobile Device Use in the U.S

James N. Morgan, Sury Ravindran
2014 Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management  
While most prior research has been based upon surveys of attitudes toward and intentions to use a technology (and lack a final link to actual usage), in this study, the extent of actual home Internet use  ...  It is important to understand the determinants of the extent and types of activities performed by home Internet users and by mobile device users, as well as the interactions between these modes of usage  ...  As a next step, the authors intend to look at usage of individual types of home Internet and mobile device applications and services using logistic regression techniques in order to get a more detailed  ... 
doi:10.28945/1935 fatcat:e4jidfi5yzda7mjyptjiy46niy

Understanding Personal Online Risk to Individuals Via Ontology Development [chapter]

David Haynes
2020 Knowledge Organization at the Interface  
Risk scenarios were developed and tested during a formative workshop and incorporated into the ontology.  ...  A potential application of the ontology is to identify clusters of risk and map the factors that contribute to specific risks.  ...  The research was conducted during Dr Haynes' Fellowship at the Department of Library and Information Science at City, University of London.  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783956507762-171 fatcat:c23mrykzkfaangdhxxijvzdvny

Models of Trust in Business-To-Consumer Electronic Commerce [chapter]

Vivienne Farrell, Rens Scheepers, Philip Joyce
2003 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The issue of trust in Internet-based business-to-consumer electronic commerce has been explored from a number of different perspectives. The current body of research is diverse and fragmented.  ...  Based on our analysis and our own empirical observations we raise four main areas of concern that warrant further research attention: an oversimplification of the trust concept, a uni-directional view  ...  The Internet Consumer Trust Model of Jarvenpaa et al (1999) depicts consumer trust as a result in the consumer's view of the perceived size of the store and reputation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35692-1_4 fatcat:j7ozgnlm4jbupb5blxxe2q2jvi

Risk Communication in Assisted Reproduction in Latvia: From Private Experience to Ethical Issues

Signe Mezinska, Ilze Mileiko
2013 Studia Philosophica Estonica  
The study explores a broad definition of risk communication and explores three types of risks: health, psychosocial, and moral.  ...  We ask (1), who is involved in risk communication, (2), how risks are discussed using different channels of communication, and (3), what ethical problems arise during this process.  ...  Lisa Dobbin for language editing of this article and especially to two anonymous referees for very helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.12697/spe.2013.6.2.06 fatcat:5brgq2w2jna4xjpfdnjaupucri

Trust and risk in e-government adoption

France Bélanger, Lemuria Carter
2008 Journal of strategic information systems  
We proposes a model of egovernment trust composed of disposition to trust, institution-based trust (IBT), characteristic-based trust (CBT) and perceived risk.  ...  CBT trust also affects negatively perceived risk, which affects use intentions as well. Implications for practice and research are discussed.  ...  In e-commerce perceived risk reduces users' intentions to exchange information and complete transactions (Pavlou 2003) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jsis.2007.12.002 fatcat:7dnf35svrbe23bn2d4jjaztosu
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