TITLE

E-Devlet Kapısı Projesi Bilgi Güvenligi ve Risk Yönetimi: Türkiye Uygulaması

AUTHOR(S)
Kumasi, Erhan; RgÖren, Burak B.
PUB. DATE
May 2010
SOURCE
International Journal of InformaticsTechnologies;2010, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p29
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
One of the most important factors that influences current century's social structure and life style is "Information and Communication Technologies". This technological development leads changes in producing, keeping, editing, manipulating, carrying, serving and using information. The rapid change in science and technology has also influenced future politics of states; developing substructures of information and communication technologies and promoting common use of technologies have become major priorities for many states. In parallel with the development all around the world in information and communication technologies, many strategies and many projects along with these strategies were produced in Turkey, especially in e-state issues. The most effective factor influencing demand to electronical services is security. Particularly in third and other advanced levels, in usage of personal information and electronical services including paying; security is very important. Any weakness in that issue will affect negatively all e-state services, and carry a risk causing decline in demand. In this article, a risk analysis including information security infrastructure within the framework of e-State Gate project is carried out and the results of the analysis are shared.
ACCESSION #
53175378

 

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