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Paper Title :
Measuring the Benefit of Enforcing High-Level Security Policies

Author :Chang Jin Koo, Jeong Yeon Kim

Article Citation :Chang Jin Koo ,Jeong Yeon Kim , (2016 ) " Measuring the Benefit of Enforcing High-Level Security Policies " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 163-166, Volume-2,Issue-10

Abstract : To establish an e-commerce financial transaction, participants should provide personal information to their trading partners. While it may simplify repetitive transactions with the partner, keeping the personal information increases the likelihood of identity theft causing direct or indirect damage. This study introduces quantitative analysis based on Demand- Supply curve for the damage caused by leakages of personal identification information and shows the differences by adopting high-level security compliances. Though it may require more cost on security, managers can make a decision on it with the estimated benefit for the additional investment. Keywords- e-commerce; security investment; Personal Information; Quantitative; Demand-Supply Curve;

Type : Research paper

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