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Seminar on Information Security TechnologiesTowards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand

Thaweesak Koanantakool

Director,

National Electronics and Computer Technology Center

National Science and Technology Development Agency

Ministry of Science and Technology

[email protected]

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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Presentation Outline

  • Thailand ICT status

  • ICT Policy and Master Plan

  • CyberLaws

  • eGovernment progress

  • Bridging the Digital Divide Programs

  • Security issues

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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Thailand

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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Thailand ICT Indicators

Population 62.80 million

GDP Growth (2002) 5.2 %

GDP (2002) 5,430 Billion Baht

Number of Commercial ISPs 18 ISPs

Number of non-commercial ISPs 5 ISPs

Internet Exchanges 2 exchanges

Total International Bandwidth (Oct, 03) 1.44 Gbps

Total Domestic Bandwidth (Oct, 03) 8 Gbps

PC Users (June, 03) 11.3 million

Domains registered under “.th” 13,116 domains

Internet Users (June, 03) 6.0 million

Fixed line subscribers 12.9 /100 population

Mobile phone users 30.6 /100 population

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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ICT Development Policy Framework for 2000-2010 (IT 2010)

Information Economy

Information Society

e-Industry

e-Commerce

e-Society

e-Education

Sectors

e-Government

Science and Technology, R&D, Knowledge

Cross-cuttingissues

Information Development, IT Literacy, IT HR

Telecommunication Infrastructure

Quantity

Quality


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ICT Policy Development

Software Industry Promotion Agency

Introduction of Internet

Software Park Thailand

Government Information Network

Government CA Service

SchoolNetThailand

Government CIO Program

Activities

E-Commerce Resource Center

IT Law Development .

Electronic Transactions Act

NII, CompCrime, DP Acts

e-Thailand

e-Government Project

TIS-620 Thai Character set in UNICODE

TIS-620 Thai Character set registered with IANA

English-Thai Web Translation

Policies

eIndustry e-Government e-Society

eCommerce e-Education

National ICT Masterplan 2002-2006

IT 2000 Policy

IT 2010 Policy

Ministry of ICT

National IT Committee (established 1992) .

^1992 ^1993 ^1994 ^1995 ^1996 ^1997 ^1998 ^1999 ^2000 ^2001 ^2002 ^2003 ^2004 ^2005 ^2006

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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IT Law Development

  • Electronic Transaction Law (incorporating Digital Signature) since April 2002

  • Information Infrastructure Law (a Universal Access Law to ensure accessibility and equitably to all citizens)

  • Data Privacy Law

  • Computer Crime Law

  • Electronic Fund Transfer Law

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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Cybercrime Law

  • Cybercrime is recognized as a significant problem requiring the cooperation among the government and law enforcement agencies.

  • The new threats challenges existing law. Thailand therefore drafted the Computer Crime Bill, one of ICT law, as guided by the framework of Cybercrime Convention of Council of Europe since a common purpose of those Convention aims principally at harmonozing the national laws.

  • With respect to the scope of the Bill, it contains three chapters.

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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Cybercrime Law

  • Chapter one covers the criminalisation provisions, namely, illegal access; illegal interception; data interference; system interference; and misuse of devices.

  • Chapter two is to criminalise the computer-related offences, computer related forgery, computer-related fraud and offences-related to child pornography.

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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Cybercrime Law

  • Chapter three is intended to set up the criminal procedural law powers in order to enable a fast and effective investigation and prosecution. In the course of a criminal investigation, preservation of stored data, disclosure of traffic data and search as well as seizure of computer data are needed.

  • The Bill is currently approved in principle by the Cabinet and now under consideration of the Council of the State.

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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National ICT Master Plan(2002-2006)

Approved by the Cabinet on

September 25, 2002

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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ICT Master Plan(2002-2006)

Vision:

Thailand will be the regional center of ICT development and business, particularly in software.

Thailand is to have strong and competitive economy as well as knowledge-based society, given that entrepreneurs and majority of people can access the information.

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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ICT Master Plan(2002-2006)

Mission:

Enhance continuous collaboration between public and private sectors as a development network of information and infrastructure.Reform ICT management including plans for research, education, and training in ICT.

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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Strategies in the ICT Master Plan

3. R&D Reform

5. Entrepreneurs Capability Development

4. Society Capability Leverage for future Competition

7. ICT for Public Sector

กับการ

1. Developmentof ICT Industry

6. ICT for SMEs

2. Quality of Life and Society Enhancement

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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Strategy 7: (ICT Master Plan)ICT Utilization for Public administration and Services

Government to set up central organization to oversee ICT development and utilization within the public sector. Emphasis will be on the unity and integration of database system, planning, coordination, budget allocation and transparency in procurement, to meet the reauirement of each agency, as well as reduce investment duplication. This will enable public sector to accumulate, exchange and share information among themselves, based on secured and open standard platform.

  • Setting up new ministry responsible for the development of ICT nationally.

  • Structural reform within organization in related to ICT, such as setting up CIO office as well as improving laws and regulations.

  • Develop governmental database for information exchange

  • Apply GIS for socio-economic development

  • Encourage effective use of ICT network among government agencies

  • Devise mechanisms to build up ICT-related capability for public sectors employees

  • Develop monitoring and evaluation system for national ICT development

  • Develop National Digital Nervous System

Source: National ICT Master Plan(2002-2006)

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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Thailand e-Government Development

Beneath the Iceberg

Civil Servant Attitudes

Political will

And support

HRD CIO/CEO Program

  • CIO Training

  • CIO Forum

  • CIO Conference

NationalOperationCenter

- Ministry of ICT

- National IT Committee

Computer and Network Infrastructure

  • - e-Commerce Resource Center

  • - G to C

  • - G to B

  • - e-Procurement

  • - e-Tax

  • e-Citizen

  • e-Marketplaces

E-Commerce Infrastructure

InformationInfrastructure

- Government IT Services

- Government Information Network

- SchoolNet

Rules & Regulations Legal Infrastructure

Security & Policy

- Govt Data Infrastructure

- Govt News Exchange

- Govt Data Exchange

- Government Interoperability Standard

PKI

ThaiCERT

Computer Crime Law

Gov CA Service

Information in every organization

  • - Electronic Transactions Act

  • Data Protection Law

  • NII Law, EFT Law

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Benchmarkingsurveys

Active monitoring ofICT indicators

Equal access everywhereRoadshow, Linux SIS

SchoolNetThailand

20 pilot centers in 2002best practice models

Communitytelecenters

Digital Library ToolkitDigital Archive, Learning objects

Development oflocal contents

Development ofIT Laws

National Information Infrastructure Bill

human capacity building

Teachers training, Government CIO program

Wireless local-loop researchNationwide IP Network (TOT)

Accessibility andlowering costs

DOT Force

UN ICT Task Force

eASEAN (e-Society)

ITU, APT, etc.

Public – PrivatePartnerships

WSIS2003

IT2000Policy

Challenges:

TelecommunicationinfrastructureAffordabilityLocal contentsHuman ResourceLegal frameworks

Bridging the Digital Divide:Programs in Thailand

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Four main tracks ofThailand e-Government services

Standard online information services to public, business sectors, and government sectors

Track 1. Information Services

Online services: car registration renewal, taxation, business registration,...

Track 2. Transaction Services

Financial management gateway for government and business sectors

Track 3. Payment Gateway

Track 4. E-Procurement

Electronic Procurement for government sectors

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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Recent Development (2002-2003)

  • Government PKI Service Launched

  • E-Auction Trials (all government agencies)

  • National Operation Center Project

    • PMOC: Prime Minister’s Operation Center

    • MOC: Ministerial Operation Center

    • DOC: Departmental Operation Center

    • POC: Provincial Operation Center

  • Government Information Technology Service (GITS)

  • Annual Government IT Awards

  • Government Data Exchange (GDX)

  • eCitizen Portal (www.ecitizen.go.th)

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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Technology handling of Threat

Physical Security

(การรักษาความมั่นคงทางกายภาพ)

General Staff Practices

(การปฏิบัติงานของเจ้าหน้าที่)

Contingency Planning/

Disaster Recovery

(แผนสำรองฉุกเฉิน/

การกู้ภัย)

Security Architecture and

Design

(การออกแบบและโครงสร้างของการรักษาความมั่นคง

Incident Management

(การรับมือกับเหตุการณ์)

Encryption

(การเข้ารหัส)

Monitoring and Auditing

(การเฝ้าดูและตรวจสอบ)

Authentication and

Authorization

(การพิสูจน์ตัวตนและการให้สิทธิ์)

System and Network Management

(การจัดการระบบและเครือข่าย)

(แหล่งข้อมูล:http://www.cert.org)

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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Management handling of threat

Security Practice Areas

(การดำเนินการด้านการรักษาความมั่นคง)

Institutional Knowledge

(ความรู้ที่ใช้แนะนำ)

Collaborative Security Management

(การจัดการด้านการรักษาความมั่นคงร่วมกัน)

Security Management

(การจัดการด้านการรักษาความมั่นคง)

Security Strategy

(กลยุทธ์ในการรักษาความมั่นคง)

Security Policies andRegulations

(ระเบียบและนโยบายด้านการรักษาความมั่นคง)

(แหล่งข้อมูล:http://www.cert.org)

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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Priority areas for WSIS

Wireless Local Loop

Domestic Internet Exchange

Regional Training Center

Low Cost PC Program

Rural Empowerment

Open Source solutions

Machine Translation

Digital Archive

E-Learning

UNCITRAL Model Laws

World PKI Forum

WIPO

  • Basic Telecommunications

  • Basic Access to the Internet

  • Human Capacity Building

  • Affordable Access Devices (PCs, PDA)

  • National ICT Policy and Plan

  • Threat of Liberalization

  • Appropriate Software (Legal, compact, low cost)

  • Local Language enabled on Computers

  • Creation of Local Contents

  • Portal Sites

  • e-Government -- Government Facilitation

  • Standardsinmanufacturing, safety, health

  • IT-Laws (e-Transaction, e-Signature, Computer Crime, Data Protection)

  • Security -- Information/System/Network

  • Authentication and Certification, PKI

  • Broadband Access (Corporate, home)

  • IT-Manpower development

  • Regional Networking Collaboration

  • Opportunities from Liberalization and Regionalization

  • e-Marketplaces

  • e-Payment infrastructure

  • Consumer Protection

  • Cross Border Certification

  • Intellectual Property rights Protection

  • Privacy

Concerns of developing

countries

and LDC

Concerns of developed

countries

And

industrial

leaders

NECTEC+CICC Seminar on Information Security Technologies: Towards e-GovernmentNovember 19, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand.Thaweesak Koanantakool


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Sawasdee

Thank you for your attention.

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