Towards a Culture of Security with Privacy-

By Detlef Eckert

In a rare article exclusively for eGov monitor Weekly, Detlef Eckert, Senior Director, Trustworthy Computing of Microsoft EMEA and formerly head of analysis and policy planning in the European Commission's Information Society Directorate General, argues that to increase the public's confidence in using electronic services, eGovernment must be built on a secure platform of trusted relationships.

Privacy, data protection, security and identity theft are among a number of issues that prevent the mass take up of online services. Couple this with recent media reports of record levels of hacking incidents and system security vulnerabilities, and we can begin to understand the reluctance of citizens to interact with government online.

Read the Article Here.


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