Personal internet use at work: Understanding cyberslacking

Cyberslacking, typically defined as the use of Internet and mobile technology during work hours for personal purposes, is a growing concern for organizations due to the potential in lost revenue; however, the majority of academic research in this area has focused on a...

Promoting personal responsibility for internet safety

A framework to motivate safe online behavior that interprets prior research and uses it to evaluate some of the nonprofit online safety education efforts is presented. Self-efficacy and response efficacy have the most consistent impact on safety behavior, and also...