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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Secured And Sustainable E-Governance: Hedging The Risk By Cybersecurity

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AUTHOR(S)

Bhubaneswari Bisoyi, Biswajit Nayak, Biswajit Das

 

KEYWORDS

E-governance, Cybersecurity, Information and Communication Technology, Sustainability, E-Advocacy, Mobilization

 

ABSTRACT

In the present scenario, it has become very challenging to mend the relationship within a community. Therefore, the government has taken controlling steps through e-governance. By introducing stringent rule and regulation for controlling the circulation of data and securing it under the e-governance. The research methodology used in this research paper is based on a content analysis of secondary data. This research paper focuses on the best practices followed for the security of information and different models of e-governance. This paper also highlights the security technologies that protect the data from being used wrongly. The security technology that protects from abnormal activities and provides authentication has also been discussed in this research paper. The essential factors for developing strong cybersecurity is to have an immune infrastructure that shall provide better security against threat and cyberattacks. This paper also focuses on the classification of the user’s communities for e-governance and the steps taken by each community for hedging against cyberattacks.

 

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