Securing BYOD: A Study of Framing and Neutralization Effects on Mobile Device Security Policy Compliance

Vanessa Garza, Xiang Guo
2015 International Conference on Information Systems  
Because of the recent increase of mobile device adoption in the workplace, and the numerous security risks inherent in mobile device use, there is a growing need for organizations to craft mobile device security policies that will have a positive effect on employees' intention to comply. Using prospect theory, developed by Kahneman and Tversky (1979) , and the framing effects associated with this theory, as well as neutralization theory proposed by Sykes and Matza (1957) , this study seeks to
more » ... velop a theoretical framework which can aid organizations in developing content for mobile device security policies and increase employee's intention to comply.
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