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Combatting Online Fraud in Saudi Arabia Using General Deterrence Theory (GDT)

@inproceedings{Alanezi2014CombattingOF,
  title={Combatting Online Fraud in Saudi Arabia Using General Deterrence Theory (GDT)},
  author={Faisal Alanezi and Laurence D. Brooks},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2014}
}
Online fraud, described as dubious business transactions and deceit carried out electronically, has reached an alarming rate worldwide and has become a major challenge to organizations and governments. [] Key Result Deterrence, prevention, detection and remedy activities, together making General Deterrence Theory (GDT) as an approach for systematically and effectively combatting online fraud in Saudi.

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