Using Measures of Risk Perception to Predict Information Security Behavior: Insights from Electroencephalography (EEG)

@article{Vance2014UsingMO,
  title={Using Measures of Risk Perception to Predict Information Security Behavior: Insights from Electroencephalography (EEG)},
  author={Anthony Vance and Bonnie Brinton Anderson and C. Brock Kirwan and David Eargle},
  journal={J. AIS},
  year={2014},
  volume={15},
  pages={2}
}
Special Issue Anthony Vance Brigham Young University anthony@vance.name Bonnie Brinton Anderson Brigham Young University bonnie_anderson@byu.edu C. Brock Kirwan Brigham Young University kirwan@byu.edu Users’ perceptions of risks have important implications for information security because individual users’ actions can compromise entire systems. Therefore, there is a critical need to understand how users perceive and respond to information security risks. Previous research on perceptions of… CONTINUE READING
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