A Comparative Analysis of e-government security frameworks Social-Technical Security Aspect
Keywords:E-governments, E-Government security frameworks, Socio-technical security
In recent years, most governments invested in the development of electronic government to improve governments efficiency and provide better services to businesses and citizens. As the successful implementation of the e-government depends on the viable security, all the concerns related to it need to be addressed. Security has become one of the crucial factors and primary challenges for achieving an advanced stage of e-government. In this regard, the paper investigates and analyzes six e-government security frameworks to assessing the security weaknesses of these frameworks from socio-technical security aspects. Meta-synthesis methodology used in this study, the meta-synthesis follows the steps used in meta-ethnography which adopted from Noblit and Hare. The finding is clearly showed that the socio-technical security missed to the rest of the security control principles and best practices elements. Therefore there is a clear need of a holistic socio-technical approach to be developed to match the pertinent security requirements into the e-government implementation.
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