Each day cybercrime attacks are getting more frequent, dangerous and sophisticated. In 2016 the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center received 1,408,849 complaints and a reported loss of $4.63 billion. The concept of cybercrime is complex, and as such the drive to overcome the problem is very difficult. However, the continual escalation of cybercrimes can have a negative impact on businesses and by extension the economies of countries. As a result, it is imperative that measures be identified to overcome the problem. Hence, this study seeks to propose a research model which can be used to evaluate the significance of cybercrime in deterring the use of e-banking in the financial sector. It is hoped that the proposed research model will influence other researchers to conduct empirical research in their context.
Chevers, Delroy A., "The impact of cybercrime on e-banking: A proposed model" (2019). CONF-IRM 2019 Proceedings. 11.