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Title: Theoretical Bases of Identifying Determinants of Protection Intentions towards Bring-Your-OwnDevice (BYOD) Protection Behaviors
Authors: Ibrahim Mohammed Al-Harthy 
Fiza Abdul Rahim 
Nor'Ashikin Ali 
Amando P. 
Singun Jr. 
Keywords: BYOD
Protection Behaviors
Issue Date: Mar-2020
Conference: 2019 First International Conference of Intelligent Computing and Engineering (ICOICE) 
Abstract: Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) has been acknowledged as a very good practice in the workplace. With its increasing popularity where personal as well as organizational data are accessed using BYOD, there have been raising concerns on privacy and security. Most BYOD risks are related to unauthorized access to policy changes and information, leaking sensitive information to people, breach of organization data and privacy, access control, misuse, and even stolen devices. Privacy violations are of widely security breaches in business organizations when users are using their own personal devices. In this paper, it presents the appropriate theories and models to derive a set of validated determinants of protection intentions towards the protection behaviors of BYOD. The introduction of BYOD calls for a thorough investigation of whether or not such a practice poses vulnerabilities and threats to organizations.
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