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Communal Antecedents in the Adoption of Secure Coding Methodologies


Sung Kun Kim, Ji Young Kim

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Technology acceptance model has demonstrated that technology adoption behavior can be explained by two user belief constructs: perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use. A number of studies have explored how these beliefs develop by utilizing primarily individual-level antecedents. However, because innovation and new techniques bear a direct relation to social concerns, non-individual antecedents may be necessary. Therefore, in this study, social and organizational supports are used to understand how software developers foster beliefs regarding secure coding practices. We compiled data from 83 software developers to evaluate the technology acceptance model. Our findings show that these collective antecedents can effectively explain user belief constructs and the intention to adopt secure coding methodologies. These findings imply that society and organizations offering more concrete support programs will experience smoother deployment of security-enhancing measures.


 Ⅰ. Introduction
 Ⅱ. Background and Research Models
  2.1. Models Explaining Technology Acceptance
  2.2. Intention to Adopt Systems Development Methodologies
 Ⅲ. Research Model and Hypotheses
  3.1. Research Model
  3.2. Research Hypotheses
 Ⅳ. Research Design
  4.1. Instrumentation
  4.2. Data Collection
 Ⅴ. Data Analysis and Results
  5.1. Reliability and Validity
  5.2. Structural Equation Modeling
 Ⅵ. Discussion
  6.1. Theoretical Implication
  6.2. Practical Implication
  6.3. Study Limitation
 Ⅶ. Conclusion
  Constructs and Measurement Items


  • Sung Kun Kim Professor, Department of Business Administration at Chung-Ang University, Korea
  • Ji Young Kim Research Associate, Business School of Chung-Ang University, Korea


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