on Electronic Identification Systems and Users' Trust & Privacy
Associate Professor in Management
ISSBA – University of Angers
16 boulevard Daviers
49045 Angers Cedex, France
increasingly relies on Internet, mobile phones and interconnected
computerized systems which require establishing the identity of a user
to function. Technically, the process of identification /
authentication provides a basic level of protection against
unauthorized access to services. But, it is well-known that the
implementation of electronic identification systems (such as electronic
signature, token, biometrics or RFID) is to some extent hampered by
users' mistrust in such technologies. Users have concerns over
information systems security vulnerabilities (security concerns) and
over the use of their personal data (privacy concerns).
As for now, very few
studies have tried to evaluate consumer awareness and perceptions about
electronic identification (eID) systems as well as their intent to
adopt them. We more particularly need insight into web users’ privacy
concerns as well as their protection needs and the corresponding
adopted measures with regards to electronic identification systems.
your research papers and studies regarding these innovative
technologies, their benefits and drawbacks for individuals, more
particularly concerning privacy. Papers on conceptual
frameworks and empirical studies on people awareness and perceptions
about electronic identification will be key highlights.
Papers will be evaluated for
originality, significance, clarity, and contribution. It is IBIMA
policy to send complete papers to two reviewers for full blind peer
to send a summary of review back to the author(s) . Short papers/abstracts
will be reviewed by reviewer and/or the editor. All review comments and
suggestions should be addressed in the final submission. Submitted Papers must not have
been previously published or currently submitted
for publication elsewhere.
proceedings will be
published as an e-book on a
CD (ISBN: 978-0-9821489-0-7) and will be published on the "Communications of the IBIMA"
the session name on your manuscript.
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