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A Preliminary Research on the Impact of Perception of Personal Information Leakage Incidents on the Behavior of Individual Information Management in the Mobile Banking Contexts
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A Preliminary Research on the Impact of Perception of Personal Information Leakage Incidents on the Behavior of Individual Information Management in the Mobile Banking Contexts
Kim, Jungduk; Lim, Se-Hun;
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Recently, personal information leakage incidents with increased usage of mobile services are increasing. Personal information leakage incidents can have a significant impact on an individual`s mobile banking services. Accordingly, we examine relationships among individual`s psychological characteristics, intention and behavior regarding compliance in an individual`s perception on personal information leakage incidents in mobile banking contexts. In this study, for explaining our research model and understanding with personal psychology and behavior in mobile banking contexts, we adopted two theories, theory of interpersonal behavior and stimulus-response theory. We collected the 55 data using online surveyor and then analyzed structural equation model in order to find causal relationships among research variables. The results of this study should be useful to the mobile banking services companies in promoting service users to follow the information privacy policies.
Information Privacy;Theory of Interpersonal Behavior;Compliance Intention;Compliance Behaviour;Stimulus Response Theory;Mobile Banking Services;
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