Managing the digital identity is critical for minimizing the potential loss from identity theft in organizations. How digital identity can be better managed, however, remains to be addressed. This study investigates what affects the adoption of a compliance-based approach for managing digital identities in organizations. A comprehensive review of the related literature has been conducted, leading to the development of a compliance-based framework by integrating the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology and the general deterrence theory for better understanding the adoption of the compliance-based approach. This framework can then be tested and validated using structural equation modelling of the survey data collected, leading to the identification of the critical factors affecting the adoption of the compliance-based approach to manage digital identities. It contributes to existing digital identity management literature by proposing an integrated framework for better exploring the adoption of a compliance-based approach for managing digital identities.
Li, Lillian Peiwen; Deng, Hepu; and Duan, Sophia, "A Compliance-Based Framework for Digital Identity Management" (2022). ACIS 2022 Proceedings. 76.