The Three Pillars of Trust: Adopting a New Service Architecture for Trusted Transactions with Government on the Internet

The Three Pillars of Trust: Adopting a New Service Architecture for Trusted Transactions with Government on the Internet All organizations - including federal agencies - must leverage technologies that exist today to secure online transaction systems for E-Gov. Until now, fragmented silos of security technologies have been used to protect individual applications, data, or users. In a world of Webconnected smart phones and interactive social networks, however, these silos are under increasing pressure with the integration of transactional services. These pressures - combined with the rising cost of risk management, compliance, and security - present an unsustainable condition for trusted transactions.

The solution is moving to a new architecture of trust that directly addresses the need to provide secure, convenient services that scale to hundreds of millions of users conducting billions of transactions. A transaction occurs every time a user clicks the mouse on a link, which initiates a "request/receive" process driving pieces of a particular back-end E-Gov service.

What you will learn from this article:

  • The importance of guaranteeing identity and the need for protecting privacy;
  • How to improve online transaction security;
  • Why a trust service model is critical to the future of E-Gov.

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