Authors: Paul Przemyslaw Polanski
Addresses: Department of Information Systems, Leon Kozminski Academy of Entrepreneurship and Management (LKAEM), ul. Jagiellonska 57/59, 03-301 Warsaw, Poland
Abstract: The present paper describes a methodology that could be employed to establish the commonality of electronic practices in judicial proceedings. Two security practices are then examined: the practice of supporting strong encryption of transactions by banking servers and the practice of denial of service to |weak| clients. The empirical analysis proves that the former practice is customary, whereas the latter could be regarded as custom in statu nascendi or as the best practice. Finally, this paper makes a call to configure web servers so that they deny a service, if a web browser does not support strong encryption of transactions.
Keywords: trade usage; strong encryption; SSL protocol; evidencing customs; commonality; electronic practices; judicial proceedings; internet banking; e-banking; electronic banking; online banking; security; privacy; denial of service; DoS; best practice.
International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation, 2007 Vol.6 No.1, pp.1 - 12
Published online: 15 Jul 2007 *Full-text access for editors Full-text access for subscribers Purchase this article Comment on this article