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A study from South Korea shows that investment in e-government may not be paying off when it comes to people's involvement and trust in government. DorobekINSIDER talks to two of the study's authors.
August 12th, 2010 at 11 AM
How does one assure trust in Cyberspace? As citizens, government, and business enterprise increase the amount of information that is shared online, fundamental questions arise around security requirements, data and identity management, and infrastructure. Trusted online environments can reduce costs, expand services, and are critical to protecting how, and to whom, information is shared. Securing identities in transactions is an essential component to building trusted online systems and a critical priority for both business and government. As online information sharing and collaborative services evolve between people and technologies, will trust emerge as the next "Killer App"?
Tags: technology , Expert Voices presented by Booz Allen , Booz Allen , Expert Voices , Citi , Citibank , NSTIC , trusted services , trust framework , securing identity , identity management , cybersecurity , Cyber , cyberspace , Michael Farber , IT , John Clippinger , Berkman Center for Internet & Society , Dr. Jeff Voas , NIST , Hilary Ward , Global Transaction Services
Guest: Dr. Shankar Sastry, dean of the engineering school at the University of California, Berkeley, and the director of the Team for Research in Ubiquitous Secure Technologies, or TRUST.
Feb. 12, 2009