Factors that Affect the Security and Intergration of ICT into the Personal Data of Persons and Businesses in Nairobi County
The need for the identification of all persons in all jurisdictions in the world has become universal. These identification documents are very vital and much sought by various persons with different intentions. This study will examine the tracing of lost identities, updating of a security system to trace lost identities, their effect on business enterprises (government included) continuity and to fmd out solutions to problems of lost identities in a sample of 110 respondents. Formative Evaluation is carried out during design, and evaluates whether a design meets the expectations of users; an example of a Formative Evaluation technique is prototyping. Summative Evaluation is used to assess usability quality, often against a usability specification, once design activities have been concluded. Summative Evaluation is usually synonymous with tests in a controlled usability laboratory, although questionnaires might also be construed as a swnmative evaluation technique if used after, rather than during, the design process. The study will use both qualitative and quantitative methods to collect and analyze both primary and secondary data. The study will obtain data from the employees of Kenya data networks, Kenya Revenue Authority and the Kenya police. This is because they are considered to be rich in information on security and business development. The study win use questionnaires and key informant interview schedules as primary data collection instruments. The Kenya Revenue Authority and Kenya Data Networks employees will fill the questionnaires, while the managers will be interviewed, the Kenya Police staff will also be interviewed. Self-administered questionnaires will be given to the respondents who will randomly be selected and also, semi- structured interviews to the respondents will be used to collect primary data. The data collected will be analyzed both descriptively and statistically Qualitative data will be analyzed using thematic method, while quantitative data will be analyzed using descriptive statistics such as frequencies, modes, means, variances and standard deviations. Secondary data inclusion in the study will be done by way of reviewing information from previous related studies. The Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) will be used for quantitative data while meaning condensation and categorization will be used for qualitative data analysis. The study will use principal respondent survey data from the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA), the Kenya Data Network (KDN), the National Police Service (Kenya & Administration Police). The outcome is intended to help find out solutions to problems oflost documents and tracing of missing persons.