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Assistant Professor of MIS
- Ph.D. - Temple University, Management Information Systems (2005)
- M.B.A. - LaSalle University, Business Administration (2000)
- B.S. - The Pennsylvania State University, Finance (1997)
- Information Security
- Computer Networking
- Informaiton Assurance and Security
- IT Risk Management
- Computer Ethics
- Angst, C.M., Devaraj. S., and D’Arcy, J. (forthcoming). “Dual Role of IT-Assisted Communication in Patient Care: A Validated Structure-Process-Outcome Framework,” Journal of Management Information Systems.
- D’Arcy, J. and Devaraj, S. (2012). “Employee Misuse of Information Technology Resources: Testing a Contemporary Deterrence Model,” Decision Sciences, 43(6).
- Vaidyanathan, G., Devaraj, S., and D’Arcy, J. (2012). “Does Security Impact E-Procurement Performance? Testing a Model of Direct and Moderated Effects,” Decision Sciences, 43(3), pp. 437-458.
- Hovav, A., and D’Arcy, J. (2012). “Does Culture Really Matter? A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Security Countermeasure Effectiveness Based on Deterrence Theory,” Information & Management, 49(2), pp. 99-110.
- D’Arcy, J., and Herath, T. (2011). “A Review and Analysis of Deterrence Theory in the IS Security Literature: Making Sense of the Disparate Findings,” European Journal of Information Systems, 20(6), pp. 643-658.
- D’Arcy, J., Hovav, A., and Galletta, D. (2009). “User Awareness of Security Countermeasures and Its Impact on Information Systems Misuse: A Deterrence Perspective,” Information Systems Research, 20(1), pp. 79-98.