CategoryUser-Centered Security

User-centered security is about researching the best possible trade-offs and means to achieve good security that users are willing and able to use properly.

Teen‘s Social Media Adoption: An Empirical Investigation in Indonesia

Teen‘s Social Media Adoption: An Empirical Investigation in Indonesia

Published in International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications 9 (2) 380

Social media has reached their popularity in the past decade. Indonesia has more than 63 million social media users who are accessing their account through mobile phone and therefore Indonesia is the third largest users in the world after United States and India. This study is attempted to determine the factors affecting user behaviour intention of social media usage. TAM (Technology Acceptance Model) for Social Media by Rauniar et al. is adopted to provide empirical evidence of teens in Indonesia. Data were collected through questionnaire survey and hypotheses are analyzed with SEM (Structural Equation Modeling). Result shows that factor affecting Indonesian teens in using social media is perceived usefullness (PP), while Trustworthiness (TW) has no significant influence towards thier intention to use social media.

Information Privacy Concerns on Teens as Facebook Users in Indonesia

Information Privacy Concerns on Teens as Facebook Users in Indonesia

Published in Procedia Computer Science (4th Information Systems Internasional Conference)

Facebook is the most popular social media among teens. In a research conducted by Crowd DNA to 13 countries, two-third of teens aged 13-24 checking on their Facebook 14 times a day. Along with the rising of social media development and popularity, issue of privacy concerns has become public attention. This paper attempted to investigate Facebook users’ information privacy concerns using Internet Users’ Information Privacy Concerns (IUIPC). The data used in this research is collected from a questionnaire survey and analyzed using Structural Equation Modelling (SEM). The result shows that although users are aware with the risk of information loss by using Facebook, it does not have effect on their intention to use Facebook.

The Role of Privacy Concerns and Trust in User Acceptance of Instant Messaging Usage Intention

The Role of Privacy Concerns and Trust in User Acceptance of Instant Messaging Usage Intention

Published in International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security 14 (12), 584

Telegram is a messaging application that is quite popular nowadays. However, at this time there is not yet known what factors can affect behavioral intention of Telegram. This research focuses on the factors that influence behavioral intention of Telegrams’ users. This research proposes a model based on Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) combined with a privacy concerns, trust and enjoyment based on previous studies. This research conducted a questionnaire survey with 300 respondents. Data collected is analyzed using Structural Equation Modelling (SEM). The result of this research shows that three of the six hypotheses influencing behavioral intention are acceptable, which are effort expectancy, performance expectancy, and trust.

Facebook Privacy Concerns among High-School Teens

Facebook Privacy Concerns among High-School Teens

Published in International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security 14 (12), 569

Privacy concerns have become public attention [1] along with the rising popularity of social networking sites [2]. According to Emarketer (2016) [3], Facebook is the most popular social networking site in the world, although there are many new social networking sites arise. This paper investigated Facebook privacy concerns among teens using Internet Users’ Information Privacy Concerns (IUIPC) and Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) which revised by Rauniar et al. (2014) [4] to meet the need of investigating user acceptance of social networking sites. The research model comprised of thirteen constructs which three of them are second-order constructs of IUIPC. The constructs are perceived ease of use (EU), critical mass (CM), capability (CP), perceived playfulness (PP), perceived usefulness (PU), intention to use (IU), actual use (AU), trust, risk, internet users’ information privacy concerns (IUIPC) and its second-order: collection (CL), control (CTRL), and awareness (AW). The data are collected from a questionnaire survey and analyzed using Structural Equation Modeling. This paper attempted to explore the effects of privacy concerns on teens’ intention to use Facebook and provide reference for future study of privacy concerns on social networking sites. The result shows that privacy concerns does not affect teens’ trust to Facebook which it is also does not have effect on teens’ intention to use Facebook. The only factor that has a positive effect on teens’ intention to use Facebook is perceived usefulness.

“HOW DO I LOOK”: SELF-DISCLOSURE OF INSTAGRAM USERS IN INDONESIA

“HOW DO I LOOK”: SELF-DISCLOSURE OF INSTAGRAM USERS IN INDONESIA

Published in Journal of Education and Social Sciences 5 (2), 242-247

Social media is a media to support human interaction, one of which is Instagram. Approximately there are 400 million of activities on Instagram every month and an average of photos uploaded every day is more than 80 million, which indicate a desire of users to upload personal photos on Instagram. The objective of this study is to determine the factors that influence users to upload personal photos on Instagram based on a model. The model consists of 7 constructs, namely Perceived Security Control, Trust in Member, Trust in Provider, Habit, Benefit, Perceived Risk and Self-Disclosure. Data obtained from the survey of 217 active Instagram user range from 16 to 24 years old. Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) is used to analyze the factors. The results of this study indicate that factors influencing self disclosure through photos uploaded on Instagram are advantages to be gained from the use of Instagram, risk and perceived security control of Instagram account.

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