This replication study is a methodological replication of Study 1 of Anderson and Agarwal (2010) (A&A) using data collected from Guam to investigate information security (InfoSec) behavioral intention. This study also extended the A&A Model by examining the effect of gender on each construct of the model. Our findings are very similar to those reported by A&A, and indicate that the model is generalizable to the population on Guam. We also observed the effect of gender on several constructs of the model. As this study cannot confirm whether the slight differences between the result of A&A and this study are related to cultural differences, we suggest future replication studies be conducted to examine how culture would affect our security behavior intention. We also suggest practitioners consider gender as an important factor when designing mechanisms to encourage people to practice information security behavior.
Ho, Kevin K.W.; Au, Cheuk Hang (Allen); and Chiu, Dickson K.W.
"Home Computer User Security Behavioral Intention: A Replication Study from Guam,"
AIS Transactions on Replication Research: Vol. 7, Article 4.
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/trr/vol7/iss1/4