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eDiscovery – the search for relevant information for investigations

Every day, the amount of data in organisations grows and so do the opportunities to misuse it. With eDiscovery, data is located, secured and searched for use as evidence in civil or criminal proceedings. Our author is a specialist in this topic and explains the complex process of eDiscovery. Differentiating eDiscovery from digital forensics Since […]

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Vulnerabilities discovered in Swiss Post’s e-voting system

The public intrusion test of Swiss Post’s e-voting system carried out in recent weeks has aroused a great deal of interest among experts and the public, especially when the discovery of serious vulnerabilities became known. These incidents show how important cooperation and transparency are in the introduction of e-voting. In mid-February, Swiss Post published the […]

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Contemporary Classical Music and the Digital Transformation of Society

Contemporary classical music is a fascinating showcase for the impact of digital transformation. Apart from that, it helps us to direct our thoughts to the future, wrotes our author Reinhard Riedl. Contemporary classical music, in German either “Neue Musik” or “neue Musik”, is permanently changing and, as is the case for many arts, these changes […]

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Open Data as a first step towards building a national data infrastructure

In order for government data to develop its potential benefits for the economy and society, it must be made available comprehensively and systematically. Of particular interest are basic registers and geodata for locating these entities. Together with other government data on topics such as transport, energy or healthcare, these form an intangible infrastructure whose coherence, […]

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Useful and secure digital identities for all areas of life and their properties

Digital identities are with us every day. The technical possibilities are very diverse. How can digital identities enable secure identification for eGovernment and eHealth on the one hand and guarantee privacy protection on the other? Digital identities enable access to the digital society. They represent persons, organisations and objects in the digital world and are […]

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ECH data standards support the cooperation of all stakeholders in eGovernment

The subsidiarity principle applies to the Swiss public authority landscape. This leads to decentralised structures in very many areas. In contrast to centralised structures, these imply a high demand for data exchange between the information systems of the various authority levels. eCH (cf. 1) promotes the exchange of interested stakeholders (authorities, companies, universities) in order […]