The objective of this paper is to examine the issue of Internet banking adoption from the perspective of the security information provided by banks on their Web-sites. Security policies provided on the Internet by eight Australian banks were examined and analyzed. Results show that apart from preventive measures, banks hardly disclose any information regarding other aspects of security such as detection. Apart from stating the security measures adopted by banks, most Web-sites have an extensive discussion of banks’ expectation of users’ roles in security maintenance. It is also interesting to note that while all eight banks expect users to use anti-virus software and firewalls, only two banks indicate they use virus scanning tools.
Lim, Nena, "Internet Banking Adoption: The Security Information Perspective" (2007). ICEB 2007 Proceedings. 55.