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A Study of Self-Checklist for Personal Information Protection of FinTech Service: For the Simple Payment Service
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A Study of Self-Checklist for Personal Information Protection of FinTech Service: For the Simple Payment Service
Kang, Min Soo; Back, Seung Jo; Lim, Jong In;
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 Abstract
FinTech service industry has been growing rapidly around the world. It has driven innovation in financial and payment service industry with different channels such as mobile based on Information and Communications Technology (ICT). However, FinTech service is vulnerable to different security threats due to use the valuable data such as personal information and financial information. It is undeniable that collection and use of those information may increase the possibility of identity theft or privacy breach. In this paper will develop a self-checklist for the Simple Payment service users (Privacy Pragmatists) who want to make a rational decision to protect their personal information. The checklist is going to let the users assess the personal information protection by performing the assessment themself when they use the service. The body of this paper is going to analyze the items of the checklist and through the analysis, will suggest a security policy for personal information protection of FinTech service.
 Keywords
Fintech;Personal Information Security;Simple Payment Service;
 Language
Korean
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