Asian Journal of Information Technology

Year: 2017
Volume: 16
Issue: 2
Page No. 282 - 286

A Comprehensive Review of e-Government Security

Authors : Tri Kuntoro Priyambodo, Uzayisenga Venant, Tatang Irawan and Devi Valentino Waas

Abstract: The e-Government (eGov) has become an increasingly important program of governments that has been implemented in almost all countries: developed countries as well as underdevelopment countries. E-Government programs ought to be the use of online services by citizens for obtaining information and also for interacting and transacting with the government services. Many problems from various sectors have been successfully solved using the e-Government and its variants. This study carries out a comprehensive review of e-Government security issues, analysis of information security, Information security threat, e-Government threat management for success to enhance the security of information and it also introduces to an ICN approach as an alternative solution to traditional security management of e-Government. Aim of this study is to make an assessment of e-Government security issue, a lot of work has been done but more is needed to secure e-Government applications. To provide e-Government services with the different levels of confidentiality, integrity and availability which are the main targets. The results of this literature review are to give a suggestion or a recommendation in an effort to establish and maintain security systems in a network of e-Government.

How to cite this article:

Tri Kuntoro Priyambodo, Uzayisenga Venant, Tatang Irawan and Devi Valentino Waas, 2017. A Comprehensive Review of e-Government Security. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 16: 282-286.

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