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Kong, I. (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author)
By utilizing the properties of quantum mechanics, quantum computers have the potential to factor a key pair of a large prime number and break some of the core cryptographic primitives that most information infrastructures depend on. This means that today's widely used cryptographic algorithms can soon become unsafe and need to be modified...
journal article 2024
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Hofman, Wout (author), Rukanova, B.D. (author), Tan, Y. (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author), Ubacht, J. (author), Rietveld, Elmer (author)
The transition towards a circular economy (CE) will require data sharing across different platforms and data spaces of parties operating in a variety of supply chains. From a circular economy compliance monitoring perspective, beyond the access to mandatory data that governments will receive, authorities may benefit from accessing additional...
conference paper 2024
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Kong, I. (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author)
Ensuring the secure provision of data and services using critical information infrastructures amidst the evolving technology landscape is a crucial yet recurrent task. However, these infrastructures can become vulnerable due to developments in quantum computing and modifying the infrastructures with quantum-safe (QS) technology is unlike...
conference paper 2024
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Sattlegger, A.S. (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author)
Artificial intelligence (AI) adoption by public sector organizations (PSOs) introduces various ethical risks stemming from a lack of integrating human values into AI design. Addressing these ethical risks is a complex collective responsibility among designers, developers, risk experts, and public sector managers. Embedding these risks in...
conference paper 2024
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Christiansen, L.V.C. (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author)
As the development of quantum computers advances, actors relying on public key infrastructures (PKI) for secure information exchange are becoming aware of the disruptive implications. Currently, governments and businesses employ PKI for many core processes that may become insecure or unavailable when quantum computers break the cryptographic...
conference paper 2023
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Kong, I. (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author)
The quantum computing-based threats call for a critical information infrastructure to modify widely used cryptographic algorithms to ones that are quantum-safe (QS). Yet, little scholarly research has been undertaken to study QS transition, and the guidance to prepare for socio-technical predicaments of the transition falls short. To address the...
journal article 2023
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Hoekstra, Marissa (author), Van Veenstra, Anne Fleur (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author)
GovTech, an acronym of Government Technologies, is a novel concept that is gaining attention in the public and private sector. It entails improving the design and delivery of human centric public services and data-driven processes with the use of emerging (digital) technologies. Furthermore, GovTech is concerned with the development of digital...
conference paper 2023
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Lukkien, J.A. (author), de Reuver, Mark (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author)
Across the European continent, governments and GovTech companies are rushing to launch digital identity wallets for citizens. These wallets should allow citizens to obtain a higher level of control over their personal data. While there are some regulations and policy directions, actors are struggling with the design, launch, and governance of...
conference paper 2023
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Nikiforova, Anastasija (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author), Draheim, Dirk (author), Taveter, Kuldar (author)
The future is likely to see an increase in the use of automated decision-making systems in the public sector, which employ Artificial Intelligence and, in particular, machine learning techniques, to enable more proactive and personalised delivery of public services. Proactive delivery can reduce the administrative burdens on citizens and...
journal article 2023
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Lips, Silvia (author), Tsap, Valentyna (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author), Krimmer, Robert (author), Tammet, Tanel (author), Draheim, Dirk (author)
In the management of national electronic identity (eID) infrastructure, cooperation between public and private parties becomes more and more important, as the mutual dependencies between the provision of e-services and the provision of the national public key infrastructure (PKI) continuously increases. Yet, it is not clear which key factors...
journal article 2023
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van Donge, W. (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author)
Government agencies are becoming more data-driven and need high-quality data to fulfill their roles in society. In the past, each agency organized its own data exchange system according to its own needs. Today, data is distributed over many organizations, and government agencies need to adopt an ecosystem approach for data exchange. Fundamental...
journal article 2022
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Bharosa, Nitesh (author)
As GovTech solutions are steadily entering the public sector, they have yet to find their way into the mainstream literature. GovTech refers to socio-technical solutions – that are developed and operated by private organisations – intertwined with public sector components for facilitating processes in the public sector. GovTech solutions promise...
journal article 2022
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Kong, I. (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author)
The computation power of quantum computers introduces new security threats in Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), a system used by many governments to secure their digital public services and communication. This calls for an inevitable need for governments to be quantum-safe (QS) by modifying their PKI systems to be resistant to the attacks of...
conference paper 2022
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Sattlegger, A.S. (author), van den Hoven, M.J. (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author)
Governments are increasingly using sophisticated self-learning algorithms to automate and standardize decision-making on a large scale. However, despite aspirations for predictive data and more efficient decision-making, the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI) also gives rise to risks and creates a potential for harm. The attribution of...
conference paper 2022
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Bharosa, Nitesh (author), Oude Luttighuis, S.F. (author), Spoelstra, Flori (author), van der Voort, H.G. (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author)
The COVID-19 pandemic highlights the dependence on digital public service delivery in many nations. The intensified use of digital public services also shifted the spotlight to accessibility and reactive design of digital public services. Inspired by the high level of proactivity provided in commercial digital services, policy-makers are looking...
conference paper 2021
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Bharosa, Nitesh (author), Marangio, Federica (author), Petti, Claudio (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author)
Public agencies struggle with engaging citizens in digital public service innovation. The notion that citizen engagement in public service innovation can lead to more citizen-friendly digital services is widely accepted. Moreover, citizen engagement has also become an indicator of legitimacy; public service innovation without citizen engagement...
conference paper 2021
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van Donge, W. (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author)
Comparable to the concept of a data(-driven) enterprise, the concept of a ggovernment as data (-driven) enterprise' is gaining popularity as a data strategy. However, what it implies is unclear. The objective of this paper is to clarify the concept of the government as data (-driven) enterprise, and identify the challenges and drivers that...
conference paper 2020
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Bharosa, Nitesh (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author)
Many governments want to harness the potential of new digital technologies for shaping an progressive and inclusive society. However, they often struggle to translate their ambitions into reality. Drawing on the quadruple helix model, Digicampus is an innovation ecosystem in the Netherlands in which government, academia, citizens and...
journal article 2020
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Bharosa, Nitesh (author), Lips, Silvia (author), Draheim, Dirk (author)
Countries are struggling to develop data exchange infrastructures needed to reap the benefits of e-government. Understanding the development of infrastructures can only be achieved by combining insights from institutional, technical and process perspectives. This paper contributes by analysing data exchange infrastructures in the Netherlands...
conference paper 2020
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Lips, Silvia (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author), Draheim, Dirk (author)
Solid eID (electronic identification) infrastructures form the backbone of today’s digital transformation. In June 2014, the European Commission adopted the eIDAS regulation (electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market) as a major initiative towards EU-wide eID interoperability; which...
conference paper 2020
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