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Determinants of Cybersecurity Use and Behavioral Intention: Case of the Cameroonian Public Administration

The development of information and communication technologies has brought in its wake the upsurge of cybercrime and has raised the need to take cybersecurity measures at all levels. One of them consists in placing the human being at the center of computer security, notably by studying the individual perceptions behind the desire to perform acts of security, including cybersecurity. This research work aims to use a mixed method to determine the rationale behind the intention of Cameroonian authorities to adopt and implement cybersecurity measures. The theoretical underpinnings of this research were posed by the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology and the Health Belief Model

Doriane Micaela Andeme Bikoro
Catholic University of Cameroon

Samuel Fosso Wamba
Toulouse Business School

Jean Robert Kala Kamdjoug
Catholic University of Cameroon


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