Information security is a crucial issue for organizations, especially for banking and financial institutions. However, not many studies have considered the perspectives of end users in developing countries’ banking industry, for which the challenges of competing globally are greater due to a lack of technical, human and financial resources. Therefore, this study examines how end users of local, regional, and international banks in St. Kitts (a Caribbean country)
perceive information security. The study will provide financial institutions in developing countries with more efficient security measures that would facilitate their success in the global community.
This article was originally published in Issues in Information Systems,2005, Volume 6, Issue 2.
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