Security issues of state information resources in crisis situations

Davud Rustamov, Myrza Rzaev

Abstract


The security problems of the state information resources in various crisis situations have been discussed in this article. It is known, that from the e-government’s information security point of view, the crisis situation is one of the major risk factors. In this paper, international standards in this field, experiences of developed countries, and the results obtained by leading research centers has been reviewed. The goal of this article is to attract the attention of government agencies to the importance of this issue.


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