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Security Policy Issues in Internet Banking in Malaysia

Security Policy Issues in Internet Banking in Malaysia
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Author(s): Normalini Md Kassim (University Science of Malaysia, Malaysia) and T. Ramayah (University Science of Malaysia, Malaysia)
Copyright: 2011
Pages: 21
Source title: Handbook of Research on Information Communication Technology Policy: Trends, Issues and Advancements
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Esharenana E. Adomi (Delta State University, Nigeria)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-847-0.ch042

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Abstract

As a continually growing financial services of electronic commerce, Internet banking requires the development and implementation of a sound security procedure. The existing literature highlights security as the primary factor which determines the adoption of Internet banking technology. The secondary information on Internet banking development in Malaysia shows a very slow growth rate. Hence, this study aims to investigate risk and security requirements factors which influence the adoption of Internet banking application through the information collected from an interviews with managers from Bank M, Bank C and Bank P. The results reveal that the customers have great concerns for security and privacy issues in adoption of Internet banking. Hence, several methods of ensuring a more secure Internet banking was suggested like a two factor authentication and three factor authentication. For future research directions biometric techniques, such as fingerprint verification, iris or face recognition, retina analysis and hand-written signature verification are increasingly becoming basic elements of authentication and identification systems in order to be privacy-friendly, minimize the social risks and prevent misuse of biometric data.

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