Data Security Legislative as Data Shredding Mill

Data Security Legislative as Data Shredding Mill

Jaroslav Kral (Charles University, Czech Republic) and Michal Zemlicka (Charles University, Czech Republic)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-975-0.ch015
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Business intelligence is the most powerful part of enterprise information systems (ERP). It is shown that the absence of the counterpart of business intelligence in e-government called civic intelligence (CI) has important negative consequence that are probably more severe than the absence of business intelligence for enterprises. Missing CI threatens the prosperity of countries and nations as it has crucial negative effects on social processes like the quality of education, health-care research, and research and control of economic processes. Data security of CI is an issue. Current practices of data security are to a high degree equivalent to virtual massive data shredding. It is a big obstacle for the development of CI. An architecture of CI allowing satisfactory level of data security is proposed in chapter 15, together with organizational and legislative preconditions of CI, and the barriers of CI are analyzed.
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Civic Intelligence And Education

A good education system is the crucial precondition of the prosperity of nations. Let us discuss the importance and technical issue of civic intelligence on the evaluation of the quality of educational systems. The norm ISO 9000:2005 defines the quality as:

The quality of something can be determined by comparing a set of inherent characteristics with a set of requirements. If those inherent characteristics meet all requirements, high or excellent quality is achieved. If those characteristics do not meet all requirements, a low or poor level of quality is achieved.

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