Determining Key Factors in E-Government Information System Security

  title={Determining Key Factors in E-Government Information System Security},
  author={R. Jamieson and S. Smith},
  journal={Information Systems Management},
  pages={23 - 32}
  • R. Jamieson, S. Smith
  • Published 2005
  • Business, Computer Science
  • Information Systems Management
  • Abstract This article investigates the key drivers and inhibitors for information system security and business continuity management in E-government. Based on data collected from a broad cross-section of government organizations, the key implementation issues include awareness, active management support, training, and appropriate funding. 
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