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E-government security in developing countries : a managerial conceptual framework

  title={E-government security in developing countries : a managerial conceptual framework},
  author={Salahuddin Alfawaz and L. May and K. Mohannak},
  • Salahuddin Alfawaz, L. May, K. Mohannak
  • Published 2008
  • Business
  • E-government security is considered one of the crucial factors for achieving an advanced stage of e-government. As the number of e-government services introduced to the user increases, a higher level of e-government security is required. This paper firstly presents a review of ICT management in the public sector, information security management and e-government in recent literature by focusing on issues and trends in developing countries. The paper then proposes a conceptual framework for e… CONTINUE READING
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