Information Security Policy Awareness Beliefs versus Reality in Electronic Identity Systems: A Case Study of the Ghanaian National Identity System

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Description

Electronic Identity Systems (EIS) have become a tool for economic, social, and political development in several countries. However, certain concerns by governments or their citizens have impeded wider adoption. These concerns are about EIS trustworthiness, privacy, and security. An effective Information Security Policy (ISP) can be key in addressing these concerns provided staff are aware and understand it provisions. As part of the thesis, we would research into the perceptions and views about management and other external stakeholders to know their perception, views and involvement in the development, enactment and evolution of NIA ISP.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date15/06/1830/03/23

Keywords

  • electronic identity systems
  • trustworthiness
  • ; information security policy (ISP) awareness
  • ISP common violations

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