Installing security applications is a common way to protect against malicious apps, phishing emails, and other threats in mobile operating systems. While these applications can provide essential security protections, they also tend to access large amounts of people’s sensitive information. Therefore, individuals need to evaluate the trade-off between the security features and the privacy invasion when deciding on which protection mechanisms to use. This paper examines factors affecting the willingness to install mobile security applications by taking into account the invasion levels and security features of cyber-security applications. The results indicate that a low privacy invasion might signal that the security application provides less security.
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