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Demographic Profile and Intention to Comply with Security Policy in Financial Institutions in Malaysia

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  • Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia

Abstract


Objectives: The aim of this research is to assess demographic profiles in security compliance intention on financial institutions in Malaysia. Methods/Statistical Analysis: Based on the correlation, the research attempts to identify areas that should be focused to improve employees’ intention to comply with policies in financial institutions. The research uses quantitative approach, and administrates survey to one hundred respondents of a selected financial institution in Malaysia.Findings: The result shows there is no significant relationship in demographic profiles and security compliance intention in financial institution. Application/Improvements: In considering, financial institutions should emphasize their focus on policy making, employees training, and awareness program to improve the security policy compliance intention within the institutions

Keywords

Demographics Profile, Information Security Policy, Security Compliance, User Behaviour.

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