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e-Government Readiness: An Information Security Perspective from East Africa

Show simple item record Wangwe, Carina K. Eloff, M.M. Venter, Lucas M. 2009-08-18T09:16:38Z 2009-08-18T09:16:38Z 2009-04
dc.identifier.citation Wangwe, C., Eloff M.M., Venter, L.M.; (2009) E-Government Readiness: An Information Security Perspective from East Africa, IST-Africa 2009 Conference Proceedings, Paul Cunningham and Miriam Cunningham (Eds), Published by IIMC International Information Management Corporation, 2009, 06 - 08 May 2009, Uganda en_US
dc.identifier.isbn 978-1-905824-11-3
dc.description.abstract e-Government readiness is the measure by which a government is positioned to provide e-services to its citizens. In order to achieve e-readiness, governments must among other factors, set up efficient collaborations between government agencies. Such collaborations should take into consideration information security requirements. Our study looks at e-government readiness in three East African countries namely, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda from an Information Security perspective. Data was gathered through questionnaires and by reviewing country and regional e-government polices, as well as evaluating government agency websites. The results of the study are discussed based on findings by other researches on Information Security and or e-government in the East African region. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher IST-Africa 2009 Conference Proceedings en_US
dc.subject Information Security en_US
dc.subject e-Government en_US
dc.title e-Government Readiness: An Information Security Perspective from East Africa en_US
dc.type Presentation en_US

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