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E-Citizens : toward a new model of (inter)active citizenry

Author: Alfredo M Ronchi
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2019.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book explores a society currently being transformed by the influence of advanced information technology, and provides insights into the main technological and human issues and a holistic approach to inclusion, security, safety and, last but not least, privacy and freedom of expression. Its main aim is to bridge the gap between technological solutions, their successful implementation, and the fruitful  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alfredo M Ronchi
ISBN: 9783030007461 3030007464 3030007456 9783030007454 9783030007478 3030007472
OCLC Number: 1089805518
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 197 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents: Intro; Preface; Contents; List of Abbreviations; Chapter 1: Being Human in the Digital Age; 1.1 ... 1984 Won't Be Like "1984"?; Chapter 2: Netizens, Communities, e-Citizens Being Human in the Digital Age; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 ICT as a Driver of Change; 2.3 From Punched Cards to Pads; 2.4 From ``Vision ́́to Reality; 2.5 Evolution of Communication in Pills; 2.6 e-Citizens: The ``Mobile ́́Generation; 2.7 Re-shaping the Market: The Power of Platforms; 2.8 Social Media: Opportunities and Threats; References; Chapter 3: Well-Being in the Digital Age; 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Well-Being: Definitions and Indicators3.3 e-Government: The Citizen as a User; 3.4 Open Government: The Search for the ``Happy Citizen;́́ 3.5 From Digital Cities to Smart Cities; 3.6 Issy Les Moulineaux: A Smart City; 3.7 The Evolution of Smart Cities; 3.8 Identity, Multiculturalism, and Wellbeing; References; Chapter 4: Safety and Security; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Cyber and Safety; 4.2.1 Human Factors: Feeling Safe; 4.3 Some Examples of APPs and Affordable Devices; 4.4 Slow Onset Disasters; 4.5 Internet of Things, CCTV, Drones 4.5.1 Ethical and Moral Aspects in UAV and Artificial Intelligence4.6 A Culture of Safety and Security; 4.7 Cyber-Security, ``Mother ́́of ICTs and Security; 4.7.1 Hackers and Cybercriminals; 4.7.2 Cyber Warriors; 4.7.3 Cyber Laws and Regulations; 4.7.4 Most Common Attacks; Spamming; Spoofing; Phishing; Social Engineering; Social Engineering Can Be Broken Down into Four Sub-Groups; Intimidation; Helpfulness; Name-Dropping; Technical; Backdoors; Shibboleth; Malware; Brute-Force Attack; Password Cracking; Packet Analyser; Eavesdropping; Rootkit; Trojan Horses; Computer Viruses; Computer Worms Keystroke Logging4.7.5 Tools and Procedures; Vulnerability Scanner and Port Scanners; Finding Vulnerabilities; 4.8 Data Protection; 4.8.1 Steganography; 4.8.2 Cryptography; 4.8.3 More About Cryptography; 4.8.4 Encryption in the Internet Era; 4.8.5 Secure Socket Layer (SSL); 4.8.6 Symmetric vs. Asymmetric Encryption; 4.8.7 Future of Encryption; 4.9 User Identity; 4.9.1 Credentials; 4.9.2 One Time Password; 4.9.3 Dynamic Passwords; 4.9.4 Biometrics; Fingerprints; Face Recognition; 4.10 Twenty-First Century Cyber Warfare; 4.10.1 What Do We Term ``War?́́; 4.11 Cyber Range 4.12 Information and Data Stream Management4.13 Risk Assessment Approach; 4.14 Final Remarks; References; Encryption and User Identity; Cyber Laws, Cyber Crimes, Cyber Security; Chapter 5: Technologies and Privacy; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Ownership, Use, Abuse and Misuse; 5.3 Owning Information; 5.4 Data and Ownership; 5.5 Cyberspace is really a Black Hole?; 5.6 Internet ``Prosumers ́́Initiative: My Data Belongs to Me; 5.7 Laws and Regulations; 5.8 EU Data Protection Directive and Personal Data Re-use; 5.9 Responsibilities in Data Re-use; 5.10 The Role of Privacy and Risk Related to Breaches
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