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Globalisation and Data Security in Electronic Commerce

  • Lazar Cristina Mihaela

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    (“Ovidius” University, of Constantza)

  • Spatariu Elena Cerasela

    ()

    (“Ovidius” University, of Constantza)

  • Lazar Claudiu

    (Prosecution Department Bucharest)

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    Number of theories and opinions regarding globalisation is overwhelming. Economically approaching this matter it may be said that globalisation is the opposite of protectionism and economic nationalism manifesting a good relationship with the free market and neo liberalism having common characteristics with internalisation. A new dimension of globalisation is represented by development of the electronic commerce in the latest time becoming a leader factor of businesses success in the 21st century. Infrastructure of the electronic commercethe internet- offers instantaneously an open communication environment for all participants. This new dimension offers to the companies the opportunity of improving their processes but there is still one problem to be settled-that of data security -this involving efforts aimed to support all actors of this market in order to diminish the risks. Within this context of globalisation there are pertinent the tendencies of common ,public and private preoccupations too for the security of the global cybernetic space .In order to achieve the potential of the electronic commerce all over the world it is necessary a global equilibrated informational infrastructure .Electronic commerce carrying on involves approach and settlement of a multitude of technical and juridical problems regarding monitoring and crypt of the informational flows , transfrontalier financial transactions ,global fraud

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    Volume (Year): X (2010)
    Issue (Month): 1 (May)
    Pages: 700-705

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