Addressing citizens' perceptions of information systems, "Understanding Public Perceptions" seeks to deliver relevant overviews and recommendations and how security can be consequentially enabled in order to allow its integration into technological services. With sound support in empirical research and with a solid relationship to theoretical developments, the book offers the unique set of structured, evidence-supported guidelines that are applicable to this important area.
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Piotr Cofta works for British Telecom (UK) as a chief researcher in the Mobility Research Centre. He is an associate editor for the Electronic Commerce Research Journal. Steven Furnell is the head of the Network Research Group at the University of Plymouth and is an adjunct associate professor with Edith Cowan University. He is the author of numerous papers in referred international journals and conference proceedings and the books as Computer Insecurity: Risking the System and Cybercrime: Vandalizing the Information Society. Hazel Lacohée works for British Telecom (UK) as a principal researcher and undertakes qualitative social research for the IT Research Centre in the UK. Andy Phippen is a lecturer at the University of Plymouth with research interests in the socio-technical aspects of Web technologies. He is an editor of the online journal Methodological Innovations.