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System Trespasser Behavior after Exposure to Warning Messages at a Chinese Computer Network: An Examination

Howell, Christian J.; Maimon, David; Cochran, John K.; Jones, Hattie M.; Powers, Ráchael A.

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K. Jaishankar

System trespassing, which refers to the unauthorized access of computer systems, has rapidly become a worldwide phenomenon. Despite growing concern, criminological literature has paid system trespassing little attention. The current study utilizes data gathered from a Chinese computer network to examine system trespasser behavior after exposure to three warning messages. Since the current study is the first known test of particularistic restrictive deterrence in cyberspace it informs those working in cyber security, whilst expanding the scope of the theory.

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