The importance of critical information infrastructure

November 2010
ComputerWorld Hong Kong;Nov2010, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p8
Academic Journal
The author comments on the importance of critical information infrastructure in Hong Kong. He believes that critical information infrastructure can help protect Hong Kong, adding that good technological systems can perfect the infrastructure. He points out the need for the Hong Kong government and the general public to be proactive and cooperative to help create a safe digital city. Challenges for creating a safe digital city are discussed, including ensuring security-levels make users feel confident and safe.


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