International Journal of Computer Applications
The using of e-government services increases the needs of the user information and privacy. To accomplish e-government security there are three security issues must be considered which are: authentication, authorization and non-repudiation. With the growth of information technology and the internet, governments apply the same principles and technologies that are supporting e-business revolution, to achieve similar transformation. Security becomes necessary to protect the citizens and government information. In this paper, a model has been proposed to obtain security services in the e-government based on Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). To achieve more security levels, biometrics and hardware token are used.