信任度流失: 酒店會員與非會員客戶對於資料外洩的認知

Translated title of the contribution: Trust fall: data breach perceptions from loyalty and non-loyalty customers

Hsiangting Shatina Chen, Tun Min Jai

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Abstract

Due to increased technological development in the service industry, protecting consumers’ personal data has become a critical concern. When companies’ information systems are attacked and customers’ profiles are compromised after data breaches, customers may feel more vulnerable about their information privacy. This study uses hotel data breaches as circumstances and aims to understand whether loyalty and non-loyalty program customers would distinguish differently the perceived severity, vulnerability, trust depletion, and crisis response strategies of an organization in response to a data breach. The results indicated that a data breach does not cause significant differences in perceived vulnerability and perceived severity between the two groups. However, loyalty program customers significantly reduce their trust toward the organization after a data breach crisis. This study provides implications to address the importance of customer data protection and crisis responses as part of customer relationship management.

Translated title of the contributionTrust fall: data breach perceptions from loyalty and non-loyalty customers
Original languageChinese (Simplified)
Pages (from-to)947-963
Number of pages17
JournalService Industries Journal
Volume41
Issue number13-14
DOIs
StatePublished - 2021

Keywords

  • Service failure
  • consumer privacy
  • data breaches
  • trust

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