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1 Identification, Authentication and Authorisation Issues in a way to Single Window (SW) Interoperability: An Australian Empirical Study Ms. Hemali Shah PhD Researcher Department of Business Law and Taxation Monash University Australia Workshop on Security and Authentication to stimulate Paperless Trade/Governance 24 Th UN/CEFACT Forum – New Delhi, India 29 October

2 Legal Gap Analysis Comprehensive examination of International standards and guidelines, International legal instruments, hard and soft laws of Australia Identify, assess, examine and analyse the gaps in the Australian Legal Framework Workshop on Security and Authentication to stimulate Paperless Trade/Governance 24 Th UN/CEFACT Forum - New Delhi, India 29 October

3 Qualitative Research Semi-structured interviews Identify, examine and assess the perspectives of various private sector stakeholders on proving authenticity and legal validity of an electronic transaction executed through a Single Window (SW) system in Australia and other jurisdictions Ascertain and examine the views of the experts from various international organisations on how the legal issues concerning identification, authentication and authorisation should be addressed by a country to make its SW system interoperable with the SW of other country Identify and explore the willingness or readiness of the regulatory authorities in Australia to implement the suggestions/recommendations provided by the experts to make the Australian ICS interoperable with the SW system of other countries Workshop on Security and Authentication to stimulate Paperless Trade/Governance 24 Th UN/CEFACT Forum - New Delhi, India 29 October

4 Methodology Framework Analysis: A qualitative methodology has been used to analyse the collected data NVivo software package has been used for coding and analysis Workshop on Security and Authentication to stimulate Paperless Trade/Governance 24 Th UN/CEFACT Forum - New Delhi, India 29 October

5 Proving Authenticity and Legal Validity of an Electronic Transaction executed through a SW system in Australia and other Jurisdictions: Views of the Australian Private Sector Participants Workshop on Security and Authentication to stimulate Paperless Trade/Governance 24 Th UN/CEFACT Forum - New Delhi, India 29 October

6 Legislative Measures to address Identification, Authentication and Authorisation Issues in a way to SWI: Views of the International Organisations’ Experts Workshop on Security and Authentication to stimulate Paperless Trade/Governance 24 Th UN/CEFACT Forum - New Delhi, India 29 October

7 Implementing the Suggestions/Recommendations provided by the International Organisations’ Expert to make the Australian ICS Interoperable with SW system of Other Countries: Views of the Australian Regulatory Authorities’ Participants Workshop on Security and Authentication to stimulate Paperless Trade/Governance 24 Th UN/CEFACT Forum - New Delhi, India 29 October

8 Suggestions and Recommendations  Strong political will to create an enabling and harmonised legal framework:  Adoption of International Legal Standards  Adoption of International standards and guidelines  Cross-border authentication and mutual-recognition agreement  Strong political will to promote SWI awareness:  Organise workshops, seminars and interviews  Encourage trade industry participation by sending questionnaire and follow-up public forums Workshop on Security and Authentication to stimulate Paperless Trade/Governance 24 Th UN/CEFACT Forum - New Delhi, India 29 October

9 Suggestions and Recommendations (cont.)  Strong political will to streamline International trade procedures and requirements and Data harmonisation  Strong political will to create an environment of trust and confidence  Business needs analysis  Development of risk-assessment techniques  Presentation of SWI benefits to both businesses and government Workshop on Security and Authentication to stimulate Paperless Trade/Governance 24 Th UN/CEFACT Forum - New Delhi, India 29 October

10 Workshop on Security and Authentication to stimulate Paperless Trade/Governance- 24Th UN/CEFACT Forum – New Delhi, India 29 October Thank you for your attention


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