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Security Frameworks in Contemporary Electronic Government

Security Frameworks in Contemporary Electronic Government
Author(s)/Editor(s): Ryma Abassi (Carthage University, Tunisia)and Aida Ben Chehida Douss (Carthage University, Tunisia)
Copyright: ©2019
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-5984-9
ISBN13: 9781522559849
ISBN10: 1522559841
EISBN13: 9781522559856


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Global change and advancing technology have transformed the government sector with the use of information and communication technology to improve service delivery. The use of such technologies in electronic and mobile government services raises issues relating to security, privacy, and data protection.

Security Frameworks in Contemporary Electronic Government is a pivotal reference source that provides vital research on the application of special security requirements in electronic government transactions. While highlighting topics such as digital environments, public service delivery, and cybercrime, this publication explores the difficulties and challenges faced in implementing e-government technologies, as well as the different aspects of security in e-government. This book is ideally designed for policymakers, software developers, IT specialists, government officials, academicians, researchers, and students seeking current research on secure environments in electronic and mobile government.

Author's/Editor's Biography

Ryma Abassi (Ed.)

Ryma Abassi received her engineering degree in Networks & Telecommunications in 2004, and her MSc and PhD degrees from the Higher Communication School, Sup’Com in 2006 and 2010, respectively. Currently, she is an Assistant Professor and the Associate Director at ISET'Com and member of the “Digital Security” unit at SUP’Com. Dr Ryma Abassi was a Fulbright scholar at Tufts University, MA, USA where she worked on formal methods for security protocols validation. Moreover, she obtained the SSHN grant two times in 2014 and 2017 and is a visiting professor at University of Limoges. Her current researches are focusing on MANET/VANET security, trust management, security protocols validation, IoT security etc. She has more than 30 publications in impacted journals and classified conferences and is co-supervising four PhD students.


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