Securing Government Information and Data in Developing Countries

Securing Government Information and Data in Developing Countries

Saleem Zoughbi (UN APCICT, UN ESCAP, South Korea)
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Release Date: February, 2017|Copyright: © 2017 |Pages: 307
ISBN13: 9781522517030|ISBN10: 1522517030|EISBN13: 9781522517047|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-1703-0


The ongoing growth of information and communication technology is a high priority for any developing country. These advances help progress with different sectors of socio-economic development within these countries, and strengthens our global economy as a whole.

Securing Government Information and Data in Developing Countries provides an informative examination of the latest strategies and methods for protecting government information and data within developing countries. Presenting dynamic topics such as security-critical systems, watermarking authentication, hybrid biometrics, and e-voting systems, this publication is an ideal reference source for practitioners, academicians, students, and researchers who are interested in the emerging trends of data security for governments.

Topics Covered

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Big Data
  • E-Government
  • E-Voting
  • Hybrid Biometrics
  • M-Government
  • Security Systems
  • Software Architecture
  • Watermarking

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Saleem Zoughbi is an international advisor for ICT. He has been providing ??technical assistance ?and advisory services to over 30 countries. His focus is on development and has been assisting ?governments on the strategic and policy levels on e-governance, smart cities, national strategies ?and ICT development. He conducts consultancies for major consulting firms such as Booze, ?PricewaterhouseCoopers and others in technical missions and projects. He is active in ?international community of e-governance, strategies and policies of smart governance, mobile ?government, smart cities and smart sectors, and ICT for development. He previously held post of ?ICT regional adviser in UN-ESCWA, and then moved to UNU IIST. Currently he is engaged in ?Enterprise Architecture work with UN ESCAP. Recently he helped develop Change Management ?and Capacity Building strategic plans for all ministries of Libya according to eLibya Strategy. He ?is also the IEEE STC e-Gov committee secretary and officer in charge of e-Gov development ?projects.