John Ng'ang'a Gathegi

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general population. For instance, it has been estimated by the U.S. Department of Justice (2004) that one in three people will become victims of identity theft at some point in their lifetime. The bulk of the research into information security has gone into the investigation of technological aspects of security, and there are gaps in the literature relative(More)
The rule of law is essential for a country’s development process, providing one of the ingredients for stability in newly democratizing countries that eventually promotes strong judicial systems. Likely factors contributing to weaknesses in the judicial systems include the absence of functional legal information systems, especially the availability of(More)
This study proposed a model for measuring information system security self-efficacy and examined the relationship between the educational preparation of librarian IT professionals and the effectiveness of their information system security implementation. It differentiated education based on whether or not the participant had received other, formal(More)
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