A framework for implementation of user-centric identity management systems
Publikation: Forskning - peer review › Konferenceartikel i proceeding
Users increasingly become part of electronic transactions, which take place instantaneously without direct user involvement. This leads to the risk of data manipulation, identity theft and privacy violation, and it has become a major concern for individuals and businesses around the world. Gov-ernments in many countries are implementing identity man-agement systems (IdMS) to curtail these incidences and to offer citizens the power to exercise informational self-determination. Using concepts from technology adoption and fit-viability theo-ries as well as the laws of identity, this paper analyzes the crite-ria for successful implementation and defines a framework for a citizen-centric national IdMS. Results from a survey con-ducted in Ghana are also included.
|Titel||Proceedings of 25th Meeting of WWRF, London, Nov. 2010|
|Udgiver||Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF)|
|Konference||Wireless World Research Forum 2010|
|Periode||16/11/10 → 18/11/10|