Über den Autor
Dr. Andreas Mitrakas is a Legal Adviser at the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA). He is a qualified attorney and he has been visiting lecturer at the University of Westminster andthe Athens University for Economics and Business. Dr. Hengeveld has obtained a Diploma on Physics./Mathematics./Philosophy from the Free University Amsterdam and holds a Ph. D. Mathematics/Science at the Free University Amsterdam. Dr. Despina Polemi has obtained the Degree in Applied Mathematics from Portland State University (USA) in 1984, Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics (Coding Theory) from City University of New York (Graduate Center) in 1991. Johann Gamper received a M.Sc. in Computer Science from the Technical University of Vienna (1989) anda PhD in Computer Science from the RWTH Aachen (1996).
Chapter 1: Towards secure eGovernment; Chapter 2: Building innovative secure and interoperable e-government services; Chapter 5: Biometric Authentication in Broadband Networks for Location-based Services; Chapter 7: Deployment Of E-Government Municipal Services: Enforcement Of Security Policies; Chapter 11: A Protocol for Anonymous and Accurate E-polling; Chapter 13: Requirements on Cross-Agency Processes in e-Government: The Need for a Reference Model; Chapter 17: Service Oriented Architecture for Seamless and Interoperable Service Delivers.
As e-government applications are coming of age, security has been gradually becoming more demanding a requirement for users, administrators, and service providers. The increasingly widespread use of Web services facilitates the exchange of data among various e-government applications, and paves the way for enhanced service delivery. Secure E-Government Web Services addresses various aspects of building secure e-government architectures and services, and presents the views of experts from academia, policy, and the industry to conclude that secure e-government Web services can be deployed in an application-centric and interoperable way. Secure E-Government Web Services presents the promising area of Web services, shedding new light onto this innovative area of applications, and responding to the current and upcoming challenges of e-government security.