Blockchain in e-governance: driving the next frontier in G2C services

By: Dhuddu, Rajesh
Contributor(s): Mahankali, Srinivas
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Daryaganj BPB Publications 2021Description: xviii, 212 p.: ill.ISBN: 9789390684465Subject(s): Blockchain | e-governance | G2C servicesDDC classification: 005.74068 Summary: We are increasingly faced with several new technologies like IOT, AI & Analytics, Machine learning, 3D printing, AR/VR, Robotics, Drones making inroads into several areas of our corporate & personal lives. All these technologies are offering an unprecedented level of automation that is augmenting our performance & lifestyles as well. As these technologies are leveraging the centralised approach of aggregation & economies of scale to facilitate efficiencies that provide a high level of training data, these are also increasingly becoming vulnerable to sophisticated cyber-attacks from actors searching for lucrative targets, to hold them at ransom. Given this, How are we supposed to safeguard burgeoning investments into cutting-edge intelligent analytics-driven investments of Industry 4.0? Enters Blockchain with its potential of decentralisation and cryptographically protected and distributed ledgers that provide a mechanism to nullify the action Cybercriminals and their attacks. By eliminating Single points of failure that are resident in Centralised era, Blockchain seems to be the preferred technology that the world is looking for! https://bpbonline.com/products/blockchain-in-e-governance
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Table of Contents
1. Blockchain- A Primer
2. Blockchain Platforms for Real-life Applications
3. Types of Problems Blockchain can solve
4. Design Thinking & Blockchain Solution design
5. Blockchain and Governments- Examples and Case studies
6. Blockchain Countries
7. Key Government applications of Blockchain
8. Blockchain Application patterns for Integration and Interoperability
9. Applying Design Thinking to Blockchain
10. Desirable elements in a Blockchain Consortium
11. Implementation of Blockchain projects by Governments
12. Designing a Blockchain Project- Case study
13. Challenges and Limitations of implementing Blockchain solutions
14. Encouraging Blockchain adoption & Educating the new generation for adoption

We are increasingly faced with several new technologies like IOT, AI & Analytics, Machine learning, 3D printing, AR/VR, Robotics, Drones making inroads into several areas of our corporate & personal lives. All these technologies are offering an unprecedented level of automation that is augmenting our performance & lifestyles as well.

As these technologies are leveraging the centralised approach of aggregation & economies of scale to facilitate efficiencies that provide a high level of training data, these are also increasingly becoming vulnerable to sophisticated cyber-attacks from actors searching for lucrative targets, to hold them at ransom.

Given this, How are we supposed to safeguard burgeoning investments into cutting-edge intelligent analytics-driven investments of Industry 4.0?

Enters Blockchain with its potential of decentralisation and cryptographically protected and distributed ledgers that provide a mechanism to nullify the action Cybercriminals and their attacks. By eliminating Single points of failure that are resident in Centralised era, Blockchain seems to be the preferred technology that the world is looking for!


https://bpbonline.com/products/blockchain-in-e-governance

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