Central and Eastern European e|Dem and e|Gov Days 2019

Cyber Security and eGovernment

Proceedings of the Central and Eastern European E|Dem and E|Gov Days, May 2-3, 2019, Budapest

Facultas, 1. Ed., 536 p.
ISBN: 978-3-7089-1898-3,
ISBN: 978-3-903035-24-9

Editors: András Nemeslaki, Alexander Prosser, Dona Scola, Tamás Szádeczky


The role of Internet intermediaries in combatting cybercrime: Organisation and liabilities
Kinga Sorbán
p. 19-31, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.1

Education in Cybersecurity
Rodica Bulai, Dinu Țurcanu, Dumitru Ciorbă
p. 33-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.2

Examinging the role of the knowledge gap as a driver towards e-Government service adoption
Mihály Csótó
p. 45-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.3

The impact of the Council of Europe Recommendation CM/REC (2017)5 on eVoting protocols
Domenica Bagnato
p. 59-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.4

Safeguards against electoral fraud vs. accessibility and citizens’ convenience – Neet for changes in the German electoral system
Evelyn Armbruster, Arne Pautsch
p. 71-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.5

The new customisable electronic administration user interface in Hungary
Anna Orbán
p. 83-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.6

Agility in public administration – Is agility a possibility and where are its limits?
Nadine Anders, Birgit Schenk
p. 97-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.7

The power of virtuality as a challenge for governments: A post-state dystopia
Norbert Kis
p. 107-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.8

What is the state’s role in a world driven by AI tools?
Veronica Mocanu
p. 115-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.9

The review of evaluation practices, focusing on challenges in the Hungarian small and medium cities
Tamás Kaiser, András Bojtor
p. 127-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.10

Inspecting current cybersecurity status and new trends in Hungary
Kálmán Hadarics
p. 139-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.11

A bibliomeric analysis of cybersecurity research papers in Eastern Europe: Case study from the Republic of Moldova
Irina Cojocaru, Igor Cojocaru
p. 151-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.12

Cybersecurity in the V4 Countries – A cross-border case study
Anita Tikos, Csaba Krasznay
p. 163-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.13

Design of a web-based learning model: Shifting the accent from knowledge transmission to knowledge construction
Tatiana Chiriac
p. 177-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.14

Digitisation and system integration in the public sector – Consequences for teaching
Robert Müller-Török, Alexander Prosser, Birgit Schenk
p. 189-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.15

Critical success factors of teaching information systems and accounting as an integrated programme
Vencel Kis, Elvira Böcskei, András Nemeslaki
p. 199-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.16

E-Democracy and E-Tools of citizen participation on local level in Poland
Magdalena Musiał-Karg
p. 213-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.17

Citizen participation as a tool for creating an effective e-Governance system in Iraq
Paiman Ahmad
p. 227-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.18

Public Financing beyond participatory budgeting: The quantum budget
Alois Paulin
p. 241-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.19

Reflections on the proposals of the European Commission for a digital tax
Oliver Sievering
p. 251-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.20

Influence of the economic gap on the level of e-Government in the developing countries – Republic of Moldova
Mihai Grecu, Ion Dicusar
p. 261-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.21

The role of ICT in proverty alleviation in India
Sanjay Chopra
p. 271-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.22

Application of computer games in public administration: Learning system analysis and technology society politics with Sid Meyer’s Civilization
András Nemeslaki, László Molnár, Tas S. Nemeslaki
p. 285-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.23

Enabling reliable, interoperable and secure e-Government services in Croatia
Martin Žagar, Josip Knezović, Branko Mihaljević
p. 297-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.24

Digital maturity in the administration of a university of applied sciences
Katrin Hummel, Birgit Schenk
p. 307-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.25

Research data in the context of open science: Case study of the Republic of Moldova
Andrei Rusu, Nelly Turcan, Rodica Cujba, Mihai Grecu
p. 319-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.26

Economics of open source tools for open data and open science in the Digital Moldova
Ion Coșuleanu, Mihai Grecu, Roman Bahnaru
p. 329-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.27

Collective intelligence for more inclusive communities
Andreea-Maria Tirziu, Catalin Vrabie
p. 343-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.28

Public institutions in the social media arena: Searching for citizens’ attention. Zoom on Romania’s particularities
Nicolae Urs
p. 357-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.29

The hashtag as a tool to set up a governmental agenda
Stefanía Agila Ruano
p. 369-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.30

The role of social media in the Arab Spring uprisings
Araz Ramazan Ahmad
p. 377-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.31

LibreOffice in public service: First impression of the future users
László Berényi, Péter László Sasvári
p. 391-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.32

Challenges in the comparative analysis of developments of the public administrations – The case of Hungary
András Bojtor, Gábor Bozsó
p. 401-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.33

Smart Cities 2.0 – Connected city, or how to use technologic infrastructure for improving the quality of life
Catalin Vrabie
p. 411-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.34

Research ethics: Realities and perspectives (the case of the Republic of Moldova)
Aliona Onofrei, Olga Duhlicher
p. 427-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.35

Introduction of integrity in Hungarian public administration
Miklós Polgár, Zsolt Brambauer
p. 439-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.36

Digital competences for the Police - A new ECDL
Ronald Bieber
p. 447-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.37

An overview of information systems and data handling of Hungarian living communities from the perspective of General Data Protection Regulation requirements and information security
Zoltán Som, Zoltán Polgár
p. 459-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.38

Electronic services or smart cities – Current experiences and perspectives in the Slovak Republic
Silvia Ručinská, Miroslav Fečko
p. 471-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.39

Death of “Open Data”? - How Open Data has been realising and/or not realising Open Government
Hiroko Kudo
p. 481-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.40

Measuring human resources performance using process mining
Robert Kelemen
p. 497-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.41

Who cares about digital literacy of 54+ citizens?!
Robertina Zdjelar
p. 507-, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v335.42