Synchronizing E-Security is a critical investigation and empirical analysis of studies conducted among companies that support electronic commerce transactions in both advanced and developing economies. This book presents insights into the validity and credibility of current risk assessment methods that support electronic transactions in the global economy. Synchronizing E-Security focuses on a number of case studies of IT companies, within selected countries in West Africa, Europe, Asia and the United States. The foundation of this work is based on previous studies by Williams G., Avudzivi P.V (Hawaii 2002) on the retrospective view of information security management and the impact of tele-banking on the end-user.
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This book provides basic E-Security Solutions for IT Offices and users in West Africa. The language is simple and easy to understand yet the contents provide the core ingredients for synchronization of E-Security. This book provides a bridge for the digital gap between Advanced and Less Developed Economies. The topics treated have significance for all in global electronic transactions and must be read by IT users and providers as well as students in West Africa and possibly the rest of Africa.