E-Banking and Emerging Multidisciplinary Processes: Social, Economical and Organizational Models (Premier Reference Source)

E-Banking and Emerging Multidisciplinary Processes: Social, Economical and Organizational Models (Premier Reference Source)

Language: English

Pages: 227

ISBN: 1615206353

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The innovative utilization of the Internet and other information and communication technologies in the banking sector has created somewhat of an e-banking phenomenon.

E-Banking and Emerging Multidisciplinary Processes: Social, Economical and Organizational Models advances the knowledge and practice of all facets of electronic banking. This cutting edge publication emphasizes emerging e-banking theories, technologies, strategies, and challenges to stimulate and disseminate information to research, business, and banking communities. It develops a comprehensive framework for e-banking through a multidisciplinary approach, while taking into account the implications it has on traditional banks, businesses, and economies.












financial systems in different countries, and the leapfrogging opportunities for emerging markets. The authors addressed new policy issues and the role of government intervention in light of these developments. Special focus is given to models of financial sector development that enable and promote electronic banking in banking, capital markets, insurance, housing finance, and microfinance areas, drawing on innovative applications from the industrialized and the developing world. Concepts of

Level 2: electronic information transfer Systems Since communication and system security risks include data privacy and confidentiality, data integrity, authentication, non-repudiation, and access system design, some risk mitigation methods are therefore necessary. Electronic information trans- 177 Improving E-Society through E-Banking fer systems are interactive in that they provide the ability to transmit sensitive messages, documents, or files among a group of users, for example, a bank’s

signature which used to design a payment systems protecting privacy, the proposed scheme allow to meet the requirements of all parties, it is guarantee the anonymity of the payment customer’s but it helps the trustee to revoke anonymity when it required (e.g. for legal reasons) and it provides a solution against money laundering and blackmailing. This system cannot list all of coins owned by a particular user. In 1996 Jan, Ueli, Stadler proposed a scheme entitled “Digital payment system with

(sB (y )) = sB (y )e mod n = 658361547 mod 91261 = 8 We note that the values of sB (y ) are equal in both ways when compute the value of sB (y ) so it is satisfied our claim. 27 Efficient Anonymous and Non-Repudiation E-Payment Protocol SeCUritY Of the SCheMe For the security evaluation we gain from the modular design of proposed scheme employing well known cryptography schemes. Though, all possible threads can be shown to be avoided. The security analysis is clearly controlled as we avoided

smooth sharing of information, software resources and other anti-graft facilities. Banking and financial regulations need to be kept abreast with the technological development in the banking industry. In the past, little efforts were made to resolve background issues before the adoption of technological innovations in the system. In a volatile business environment like Nigeria, this strategy weakens the banking structure and creates lapses to be taken advantage of by criminals (The World Bank,

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