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Using Hybrid Machine Learning Models For Stock Price Forecasting And Trading., Ahmed Khalil 2024 American University in Cairo

Using Hybrid Machine Learning Models For Stock Price Forecasting And Trading., Ahmed Khalil

Theses and Dissertations

Trading stocks of publicly traded companies in stock markets is a challenging topic since investors are researching what tools can be used to maximize their profits while minimizing risks, which encouraged all researchers to research and test different methods to reach such a goal. As a result, the use of both fundamental analysis and technical analysis started to evolve to support traders in buying and selling stocks. Recently, the focus increased on using Machine learning models to predict stock prices and algorithmic trading as currently there is a huge amount of data that can be processed and used to forecast …


Board Of Directors Role In Data Privacy Governance: Making The Transition From Compliance Driven To Good Business Stewardship, David Warner, Lisa McKee 2024 University Colorado Colorado Springs

Board Of Directors Role In Data Privacy Governance: Making The Transition From Compliance Driven To Good Business Stewardship, David Warner, Lisa Mckee

Journal of Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice

Data collection, use, leveraging, and sharing as a business practice and advantage has proliferated over the past decade. Along with this proliferation of data collection is the increase in regulatory activity which continues to morph exponentially around the globe. Adding to this complexity are the increasing business disruptions, productivity and revenue losses, settlements, fines, and penalties which can amount to over $15 million, with many penalties now being ascribed to the organization’s leadership, to include the Board of Directors (BoD), the CEO and members of the senior leadership team (SLT). Thus, boards of directors can no longer ignore and in …


Privacy Principles And Harms: Balancing Protection And Innovation, Samuel Aiello 2024 Dakota State University

Privacy Principles And Harms: Balancing Protection And Innovation, Samuel Aiello

Journal of Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice

In today's digitally connected world, privacy has transformed from a fundamental human right into a multifaceted challenge. As technology enables the seamless exchange of information, the need to protect personal data has grown exponentially. Privacy has emerged as a critical concern in the digital age, as technological advancements continue to reshape how personal information is collected, stored, and utilized. This paper delves into the fundamental principles of privacy and explores the potential harm that can arise from the mishandling of personal data. It emphasizes the delicate balance between safeguarding individuals' privacy rights and fostering innovation in a data-driven society. By …


Investigation Of Algorithmic Nudging On Decision Quality: Evidence From Randomized Experiments In Online Recommendation Settings, Yuxiao Luo 2024 The Graduate Center, City University of New York

Investigation Of Algorithmic Nudging On Decision Quality: Evidence From Randomized Experiments In Online Recommendation Settings, Yuxiao Luo

Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

Most recently, academic research has started to address the relationship between nudges and Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML) and found that personalized targeting algorithms can influence individual and collective behaviors in ways that may lead to undesired consequences for both end-users and firms. This dissertation investigates the effects of digital nudging, particularly algorithmic nudging, on user’s decision quality in online badge recommendations in the e-commerce context. Nudge is a choice architecture that alters individual’s behavior in a predictable way while preserving all available options and keeping the same economic incentives. In this dissertation, I conducted three independent and relevant studies and …


Towards Assessing Cybersecurity Posture Of Manufacturing Companies: Review And Recommendations, John Del Vecchio, Yair Levy, Ling Wang, Ajoy Kumar 2024 Nova Southeastern University

Towards Assessing Cybersecurity Posture Of Manufacturing Companies: Review And Recommendations, John Del Vecchio, Yair Levy, Ling Wang, Ajoy Kumar

KSU Proceedings on Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice

With the continued changes in the way businesses work, cyber-attack targets are in a constant state of flux between organizations, individuals, as well as various aspects of the supply chain of interconnected goods and services. As one of the 16 critical infrastructure sectors, the manufacturing sector is known for complex integrated Information Systems (ISs) that are incorporated heavily into production operations. Many of these ISs are procured and supported by third parties, also referred to as interconnected entities in the supply chain. Disruptions to manufacturing companies would not only have significant financial losses but would also have economic and safety …


Quantum Computing: Computing Of The Future Made Reality, Janelle Mathis 2024 University of North Georgia

Quantum Computing: Computing Of The Future Made Reality, Janelle Mathis

KSU Proceedings on Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice

Abstract—Quantum computing is an emerging new area focused on technology consisting of quantum theory aspects such as electrons, sub-atomic particles, and other materials engineered using quantum mechanics. Through quantum mechanics, these computers can solve problems that classical computers deem too complex. Today the closest computing technology compared to quantum computers are supercomputers, but similarly to classical computers, supercomputers also have faults. With supercomputers, when a problem is deemed too complex, it is due to the classical machinery components within the computer, thus causing a halt in solving the task or problem. In contrast, these problems could be solved with a …


Rfid Key Fobs In Vehicles: Unmasking Vulnerabilities & Strengthening Security, Devon Magda, Bryson R. Payne 2024 University of North Georgia

Rfid Key Fobs In Vehicles: Unmasking Vulnerabilities & Strengthening Security, Devon Magda, Bryson R. Payne

KSU Proceedings on Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice

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The Impact Of Individual Techno-Characteristics On Information Privacy Concerns In The Diffusion Of Mobile Contact Tracing, Jiesen Lin, Dapeng Liu, Lemuria Carter 2024 University of New South Wales

The Impact Of Individual Techno-Characteristics On Information Privacy Concerns In The Diffusion Of Mobile Contact Tracing, Jiesen Lin, Dapeng Liu, Lemuria Carter

KSU Proceedings on Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice

In the wake of the global health crisis, mobile contact tracing applications have emerged as important tools in managing disease spread. However, their effectiveness heavily relies on mass adoption, significantly influenced by the public's information privacy concerns. To date, systematic examination of how these privacy concerns relate to the innovation adopter categories in mobile contact tracing remains sparse. Furthermore, the influence of individual techno-characteristics on these concerns is to be explored. This research seeks to fill these gaps. Drawing on the diffusion of innovation theory, we examine the impact of the key techno-characteristics—adopter category, propensity for identification misrepresentation, and exposure …


Exploring Information Privacy Concerns During The Covid-19 Pandemic: A Juxtaposition Of Three Models, Dapeng Liu, Lemuria Carter, Jiesen Lin 2024 University of Sydney, Australia

Exploring Information Privacy Concerns During The Covid-19 Pandemic: A Juxtaposition Of Three Models, Dapeng Liu, Lemuria Carter, Jiesen Lin

KSU Proceedings on Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice

Government agencies across the globe utilize mobile applications to interact with constituents. In response to the global pandemic, several nations have employed contact tracing services to manage the spread of COVID-19. Extent literature includes various models that explore information privacy. Several researchers have highlighted the need to compare the effectiveness of diverse information privacy models. To fill this gap, we explore the impact of information privacy concerns on citizens’ willingness to download a federal contact tracing app. In particular, we compare three types of prevalent information privacy concerns: global information privacy concerns (GIPC), concern for information privacy (CFIP), and internet …


Explaining Variation In Adoption Of Organizational Innovation: A Social Network Approach, Pooria Assadi 2024 California State University, Sacramento

Explaining Variation In Adoption Of Organizational Innovation: A Social Network Approach, Pooria Assadi

Journal of International Technology and Information Management

This article draws from the social network theory and examines how a social network approach can contribute to our understanding of the variation in the adoption of innovative, organization-wide information systems that can help businesses achieve sustainable competitive advantage. It highlights how the extant explanations for the adoption of information systems are limited in the way that they primarily assume organizations make innovation adoption decisions in isolation. It does so by building on growing research which recognizes that organizations are not isolated from one another; rather, they are interrelated through their inter-organizational networks which provide unique learning opportunities that are …


How Does Digitalisation Transform Business Models In Ropax Ports? A Multi-Site Study Of Port Authorities, Yiran Chen, Anastasia Tsvetkova, Kristel Edelman, Irina Wahlström, Marikka Heikkila, Magnus Hellström 2024 Åbo Akademi University

How Does Digitalisation Transform Business Models In Ropax Ports? A Multi-Site Study Of Port Authorities, Yiran Chen, Anastasia Tsvetkova, Kristel Edelman, Irina Wahlström, Marikka Heikkila, Magnus Hellström

Journal of International Technology and Information Management

This article investigates the relationship between digitalisation and business model changes in RoPax ports. The study is based on six RoPax ports in Northern Europe, examining their digitalisation efforts and the resulting changes in their business models, leading to further digital transformation. The paper offers insights by reviewing relevant literature on digitalisation’s role in business model innovation and its application in ports. The findings reveal that digitalisation supports relevant business model changes concerning port operation integration within logistics chains, communication, documentation flow, and cargo flow optimisation. However, exploring digitalisation’s potential for diversifying value propositions is still limited. Most digitalisation efforts …


An Empirical Study To Understand The Role Of Institution-Based Trust And Its Antecedents In Iot Adoption By Individuals, Anupam Kumar Nath, Amit Kumar Nath 2024 Georgia Gwinnett College

An Empirical Study To Understand The Role Of Institution-Based Trust And Its Antecedents In Iot Adoption By Individuals, Anupam Kumar Nath, Amit Kumar Nath

Journal of International Technology and Information Management

ABSTRACT

The Internet of Things (IoT) enables the connection between humans, physical objects, and cyber objects, resulting in monitoring, automation, and decision-making capabilities. This connection can be complex and lead to uncertainty for individuals before adopting IoT technology. To address this, we conducted research on the role of Institution-based trust in the context of IoT adoption. Our model for IoT adoption is based on existing literature and includes the components of Institution-based trust and its antecedents. Through empirical testing, we confirmed that Institution-based trust positively affects IoT adoption at the individual level. Additionally, we found that User confirmation/disconfirmation and familiarity …


The Impact Of Social Media On Charitable Giving For Nonprofit Organization, Namchul Shin 2024 Pace University - New York

The Impact Of Social Media On Charitable Giving For Nonprofit Organization, Namchul Shin

Journal of International Technology and Information Management

Research has extensively studied nonprofit organizations’ use of social media for communications and interactions with supporters. However, there has been limited research examining the impact of social media on charitable giving. This research attempts to address the gap by empirically examining the relationship between the use of social media and charitable giving for nonprofit organizations. We employ a data set of the Nonprofit Times’ top 100 nonprofits ranked by total revenue for the empirical analysis. As measures for social media traction, i.e., how extensively nonprofits draw supporters on their social media sites, we use Facebook Likes, Twitter Followers, and Instagram …


An Examination Of The Relationship Between Cheating In Online Classes And Technostress: Perceptions Of Business Faculty, Stacy Boyer-Davis, Kevin Berry, Amy Cooper 2023 Northern Michigan University

An Examination Of The Relationship Between Cheating In Online Classes And Technostress: Perceptions Of Business Faculty, Stacy Boyer-Davis, Kevin Berry, Amy Cooper

International Journal for Business Education

This research study investigated the relationship between technostress creators (techno-complexity, techno-insecurity, techno-invasion, techno-overload, and techno-uncertainty) and faculty perceptions of student cheating in online classes. Data were collected from faculty members of the Management and Organizational Behavior Teaching Society (MOBTS), a member of the AACSB Business Education Alliance, the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS), an interdisciplinary professional organization comprised of faculty teaching in accounting, finance, management, marketing, organizational behavior, and computer information systems, and other research panels during 2021 (N = 94). Findings from regression analysis indicated that the techno-complexity subconstruct is positively related to a faculty’s perception …


The Evaluation Of Successful Implementation Of Human Resource Information In Private Organization, sancoko sancoko, Armeyta Widya Oryza, niko grataradirga 2023 Universitas Indonesia

The Evaluation Of Successful Implementation Of Human Resource Information In Private Organization, Sancoko Sancoko, Armeyta Widya Oryza, Niko Grataradirga

Jurnal Administrasi Bisnis Terapan (JABT)

This study intend to evaluate the use of the Human Resources Information System (HRIS) in private organization. User satisfaction is one of the conditions for the successful implementation of information systems. To evaluate this system information, the author uses the conceptual Delone and Mclean information system success model(ISSM). This study employs a quantitative methodology and a survey method. The research sample consists of employees in private organizations engaged in software engineering. To analyze, SPSS is employed by the author in two stages: first validity-reliability examination, second multiple regression tests. The result demonstrated that quality system has a significant affect on …


Social Engineering Cyber Threats, Young B. Choi, Josh Rubin 2023 Regent University, Virginia Beach, USA

Social Engineering Cyber Threats, Young B. Choi, Josh Rubin

Journal of Global Awareness

The article explores the pervasive threat of social engineering in cybersecurity, emphasizing its success in infiltrating information systems by manipulating individuals rather than employing traditional hacking methods. The author underscores the vulnerability arising from human trust, as individuals, especially those lacking technology education, tend to be targets. While cryptography offers partial security, social engineering complicates overall system security. Mitigation strategies include educating employees on threats, risks, and security policies, coupled with enforcing penalties for noncompliance. Additionally, employing two-factor authentication and physical token-based access adds layers of protection. The article delves into semantic attacks, classifying various exploitation methods and emphasizing the …


Turnstile File Transfer: A Unidirectional System For Medium-Security Isolated Clusters, Mark Monnin, Lori L. Sussman 2023 University of Southern Maine

Turnstile File Transfer: A Unidirectional System For Medium-Security Isolated Clusters, Mark Monnin, Lori L. Sussman

Journal of Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice

Data transfer between isolated clusters is imperative for cybersecurity education, research, and testing. Such techniques facilitate hands-on cybersecurity learning in isolated clusters, allow cybersecurity students to practice with various hacking tools, and develop professional cybersecurity technical skills. Educators often use these remote learning environments for research as well. Researchers and students use these isolated environments to test sophisticated hardware, software, and procedures using full-fledged operating systems, networks, and applications. Virus and malware researchers may wish to release suspected malicious software in a controlled environment to observe their behavior better or gain the information needed to assist their reverse engineering processes. …


Education As A Solution To Combat Rising Cybercrime Rates Against Children And Teenagers, Christian Javier Solis-Diaz 2023 California State University - San Bernardino

Education As A Solution To Combat Rising Cybercrime Rates Against Children And Teenagers, Christian Javier Solis-Diaz

Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations

Ninety seven percent (97%) of people between the ages of 3 and 18 are found to be users of technology and internet services daily. This number also correlates with rising cyber crime rates against people in this age bracket. It is found that people between 3 and 18 years old are found to be technologically savvy but often lack the knowledge of how to protect themselves in online environments. Researchers have suggested that cybersecurity awareness training is an effective method at combating common forms of cyberattack such as social engineering. Social engineering attacks are found to make up 98% of …


How Chatgpt Can Be Used As A Defense Mechanism For Cyber Attacks, Michelle Ayaim 2023 Old Dominion University

How Chatgpt Can Be Used As A Defense Mechanism For Cyber Attacks, Michelle Ayaim

Cybersecurity Undergraduate Research Showcase

The powers of OpenAI's groundbreaking AI language model, ChatGPT, startled millions of users when it was released in November. But for many, the tool's ability to further accomplish the goals of evil actors swiftly replaced their initial excitement with significant concerns. ChatGPT gives malicious actors additional ways to possibly compromise sophisticated cybersecurity software. Leaders in a sector that is currently suffering from a 38% global spike in data breaches in 2022 must acknowledge the rising influence of AI and take appropriate action. Cybercriminals are writing more complex and focused business email compromise (BEC) and other phishing emails with the assistance …


E-Commerce Digital Information Transparency And Satisfaction. Can We Have Too Much Of A Good Thing?, Slava Ferguson 2023 Clemson University

E-Commerce Digital Information Transparency And Satisfaction. Can We Have Too Much Of A Good Thing?, Slava Ferguson

All Dissertations

Despite core product and service quality improvements and advances in shopping processes and technology, customers often report being unsatisfied with their online purchases. One plausible reason for lower customer satisfaction rates is too much or too little information that is shared with the customers about their orders. We show that when forming their perceptions about the purchases, customers form digital information satisfaction (DIS) levels as they evaluate supplementary informational services in addition to the core product being purchased. We believe that DIS is one of the dimensions of overall customer satisfaction. We also show that supplementary informational services are essential …


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