Ernst Bekkering

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The objective of information system security management is information assurance: to maintain confidentiality (privacy), integrity, and availability of information resources for authorized organizational end users. User authentication is a foundation procedure in the overall pursuit of these objectives, and password procedures have historically been the(More)
Information systems development projects are a significant expenditure of time, effort and money for many enterprises. Historically it has been estimated that 50-80% of projects fail to achieve their objectives for a variety of reasons. Researchers have identified numerous factors associated with system development failure. In this paper, we first(More)
Technology adoption by individuals has traditionally been regarded by information systems researchers as a choice between adoption and non-adoption of a single technology. With the current diversity of technology alternatives, the adoption decision may be more accurately specified as a choice between competing alternative technologies. The research question(More)
Steganography has long been regarded as a tool used for illicit and destructive purposes such as crime and warfare. Currently, digital tools are widely available to ordinary computer users also. Steganography software allows both illicit and legitimate users to hide messages so that they will not be detected in transit. This article provides a brief history(More)
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