Budiandru, Karsam and Zakkiandri
This study was made to find out how well social users understand cybersecurity, cybercrime and information systems against fraud in the DKI Jakarta and Tangerang areas. The population of this research is social media users in DKI Jakarta and Tangerang. The method in this research is quantitative. In this quantitative research, it is not in the form of statistics, in this quantitative research through the process of collecting data by distributing questionnaires and using a sampling method that aims to eliminate the problem of extensive data collection to make population conclusions so that data collection will be practical, cost-effective and convenient. The sampling technique is analysis of the outer model (measurement model) and analysis of the inner model (structural model) using the Smart PLS 3 Multivariate Structural Equation Model (SEM) technique. Partially, the results of this study indicate that cyber security has an effect on fraud. Cybercrime software has no effect on fraud and information systems have no effect on fraud. Simultaneously the value of R – Square (R2) is 0.579 or 57.9%, which means that fraud is influenced by cyber security, cybercrime software and information systems by 57.9%. The contribution of this research shows that cyber security has a positive impact on fraud, in this case the users / users of computerization / digitization must pay attention to the security of the PC / software used. The quantity of this research shows that cyber software security is still having an impact due to lack of caution towards technology and information users.
Keywords: Cyber Security; Cybercrime Software; Fraud; Information Systems
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