J. McNevin, Esq., is a public policy and international legal consultant
in electronic commerce. She is the Information Security Director
and Information Privacy Director for the State of Colorado,. an
advisor to the U.S. Treasury International Technical Assistance Office
and a consultant with the World Bank. She lectures, trains and consults
with public, private and non-profit entities on critical thinking skills
in architecting change in the telecommunications and financial services
industries. She is a co-founder of the Center for Global Leadership in
Trust, also known as the Center for Public Trust, headquartered
Ms. McNevin teaches International Electronic Commerce Law at the University
of Denver School of Law. From 1995-1999, Ms. McNevin developed and taught
a cutting-edge course on electronic commerce entitled "International
Electronic Financial Services Law" at the Morin Center for Graduate
Banking Law at Boston University School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts.
The United States is the Land of the Free, and with that freedom, we open the door to a certain amount of risk. Today, that risk is heightened because the open use of the Internet. There are many complex issues intertwined that make it extremely challenging to deal with. These challenges bump up with the US Constitution and many state laws.
Public Trust & Technology along with Privacy & Security issues are being re-examined since 9-11. Many are asking, "Should government migrate to an e-environment?" "Do citizens see a value in this, and if so, what services would they like to see available 24/7?" and, " How do we protect the privacy of the information collected by the government?"
And of course, the
big commitment question, "Are we ready to invest in the necessary
infrastructure to 'securitize' the networked environment?" We all
want to know, what's on the horizon?
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