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Title: Is buying and transacting online easier and safer than down town? : an emerging economy perspective
Authors: Martim, E
Dlamini, M
Van Greunen, D
Eloff, J
Herselman, M
Keywords: E-commerce
Human computer interactions
Information security
Secure e-commerce system
Banking e-commerce system
Retail e-commerce systems
Information warfare
Issue Date: Mar-2009
Citation: Martim, E, Dlamini, M, Van Greunen, D et al. 2009. Is buying and transacting online easier and safer than down town? : an emerging economy perspective. 4th International Conference on Information Warfare and Security, Cape Town, South Africa, 26-27 March 2009, pp 1-9
Abstract: Security and usability are crucial factors for the successful of any e-commerce system. However, they have traditionally been considered a design trade-off. In an effort to align them, this paper highlights the design principles and guidelines for usable and secure systems. These principles and guidelines are used to evaluate and demonstrate several real-life cases of effective and less effective security and usability implementations in an emerging economy (South African) context.
Description: 4th International Conference on Information Warfare and Security, Cape Town, South Africa, 26-27 March 2009
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3718
ISBN: 978-1-906638-28-3
Appears in Collections:Command control and information warfare
Information security
General science, engineering & technology

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