In Portugal, it is illegal to do business in public sector without adhering to open standards mandate. The Law no. 36/2011 passed in 2011 establishes the adoption of open standards …Read More
Acts and regulations
Legislations for e-Governance
Government is responsible for effective administration of programs and schemes in the interest of nation. With the delivery mode largely becoming digital, it requires altogether a different approach and skill to keep up the efficiency that technology promises. There are two behemoth tasks for Governments across the world to address in this regard – to bring people and authorities closer to digital platform, and to make the digital platform strong, robust and future ready.
New laws applicable to governing various entities in cyberspace become critical in this respect. Laws and rules to manage, monitor and assess the technology platforms for government or public service delivery are important to build trust in the systems of digital world.
Cyber security is very critical for nations to not only prevent their critical assets but also for citizens to trust ICT systems with their transactions. Having a legislative structure builds …Read More
The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) is the federal privacy law of Canada for private-sector organizations. It sets out the ground rules for how businesses must handle …Read More
Electronic Technology has changed the way we organize our lives, do business or interact with people. The Act aims to give business some certainty when transacting online. The main features …Read More
Israel introduced Electronic Signature Law in 2001. The law is introduced to give an impetus to e-governance and e-commerce in Israel. Major government projects where the electronic signature is implemented …Read More