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Enhancing Information Security Awareness in the Remote Work Environment: A Quantitative Exploration

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This study explores the factors influencing security awareness in the context of remote work and social engineering attacks. Analysis supports the positive impact of risk awareness on secure IT system usage. Results show a link between knowledge and awareness, indicating that individuals with greater cybersecurity knowledge are more aware of information security risks. Knowledge is also positively associated with higher uncertainty perception. Additionally, awareness and uncertainty are positively correlated. The intensity of social engineering attacks relates to increased uncertainty. The study emphasizes the role of cybersecurity training and awareness during the COVID-19 pandemic and confirms the influence of cognitive framing in decision-making processes. Future research should focus on advanced measurement scales and exploring potential moderators.
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hal-04255048 , version 1 (23-10-2023)

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Wilfrid Azan, Silvester Ivanaj, Bettina Schneider, Marc Gilg. Enhancing Information Security Awareness in the Remote Work Environment: A Quantitative Exploration. Gestion 2000, In press. ⟨hal-04255048⟩
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