Bahamas e-Government: Single Digital ID for citizens of The Bahamas: Toward a National Cybersecurity System to Ensure Data Privacy and Security

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Yogesh Malhotra

Global Risk Management Network, LLC

Date Written: July 1, 2018


As global pioneer of National Information Infrastructure (NII) and Global Information Infrastructure (GII) practices since 1990s, the author’s R&D driven global Practices, Technologies, Ventures, and, Teams spanning multiple industries such as Banking & Finance, Management Consulting, Defense & Space, and, Healthcare lead Digital Transformation and Digital Disruption practices including Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning (AI-ML-DL-NLP-RPA-Robotics), Quantum Information Science, Block Chain-IoT, C4I-Cyber (spanning Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance), Cybersecurity, Cryptography, Cryptanalytics, Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing, Cyber Risk Insurance, Cryptocurrency, Cloud Computing & Hybrid Cloud Computing, Data Science, Quantitative Analytics, Computational & Quantitative Methods, Computational & Quantitative Models, FinTech & TechFin, Financial Risk Management, Financial Trading, Investment Management, Systemic Risk Management, Enterprise Risk Management, Operational Risk Management, Model Risk Management, Management Controls, Technology Controls, Digital Enterprises, e-Business & Competitive Strategy, Business Technology Management, Knowledge Management, Business Process Transformation, Virtual Organizations, Self-Adaptive Complex Systems, Human Computer Interaction, and, IT Security & Information Assurance leading Best Practices adopted by worldwide firms, governments, and, institutions.

The Bahamas e-Government Single Digital ID project discussed in the current White Paper authored on July 1, 2018 was one of the multiple projects executed for GIBC Digital that focused on the development of NII technologies and practices for advancing Digitization of ‘Emerging Economy’ nations across North America and Africa and included development of frameworks for AI-ML, Block Chain, and Cloud Computing enabled National Digital ID, Crypto-Currency, and, e-Payment Systems, etc.

Related focus on building the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) ecosystem based global and national Homeland Defense-Cyber Security AI-Cyber-Hub for AI-ML-Quant-Cyber-Crypto Quantum Technologies advanced over subsequent two years into the United States Air Force and AFRL Commercialization Academy ventures including AIMLExchange™ ( and C4I-Cyber™ ( further advancing the Internet Military of Things (IoMT) for future Digital Network-Centric Computing Warfare and MDC2 (Multi-Domain Command and Control) platforms beyond ABMS (Advanced Battle Management System) JADC2 (Joint All Domain Command & Control) to the ‘Faster, Better, Cheaper’ ABMS2 while advancing it beyond JADC2 to JADAC2 (Joint All Domain Adversarial Command & Control) and JADCAC2 (Joint All Domain Counter-Adversarial Command & Control). The author was interviewed as a potential candidate for the USAF Chief Scientist, Pentagon role responsible for advising the Secretary of the Air Force and the Chiefs of Staff of Air Force and Space Force over multiple interviews by the world’s top retained search firm leaders during the year 2020.

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Block Chain, Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity, National Digital ID, National Information Infrastructure

Suggested Citation

Malhotra, Yogesh, Bahamas e-Government: Single Digital ID for citizens of The Bahamas: Toward a National Cybersecurity System to Ensure Data Privacy and Security (July 1, 2018). Available at SSRN:

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