The first installment of “Leadership on a Safe and Secure Cyberspace” series
The Korea IT Times will run the series “ Leadership on a Safe and Secure Cyberspace” from April to December. The first installment sets forth shortcuts to arming the SouthKorean cyber security industry with international competitiveness,and explores ways towards intentional cooperation.
MELBOURNE, AUSTRAILIA - Keeping business systems safe and protecting the data that they hold has never been more difficult to achieve, according to global analyst firm Ovum. It is a commitment that continues to be threatened by security attacks ranging from opportunistic hackers using pre-built tools through to targeted, well-resourced, state-sponsored cyber activity.
SEOUL, KOREA - Importance of Security and Safety of Cyberspace
Although it is regarded as a new and virtual domain, cyberspace is already part of our real life in the physical world. While we benefit from the use of cyberspace in communicating and in other areas, we are also suffering from various types of cyber attacks from outside states as well as terrorists and criminals groups.
SEOUL, KOREA - Korea has for a long time had a reputation as a technology nation, major companies are world renowned for their innovative products. In recent years, however small and medium sized companies have garnered more and more attention from outside the country.
SEOUL, KOREA - With more and more of our information being stored online these days, it has become increasingly clear that security online is a necessity. Korea IT Times sat down with Professor Ryou Jaecheol of Chungnam University and newly elected president of CONCERT to discuss his role in ever growing world of information security.
SEOUL, KOREA - A wireless network is an integration of devices such as personal computers (PCs), laptops, personal digital assistants (PDAs), servers, printers, and now, smartphones. Enabling communication between these devices to create one unified platform for applications and information-sharing has significantly changed the way information is transmitted within similarly functioning units.
SEOUL, KOREA - He has worked as a professor for the Department of Information Security Engineering at Soonchunhyang University, Korea since 1990. He is currently the Chairman of the Korea Mirror Group of the ITU-T Study Group 17 for the Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning (MSIP) and a Chairman of the Korea Information Security Standardization Forum (KIISF) established in June of 2012.
SEOUL, KOREA - Professor Lee Jae-woo, founding member and first director of the Korea Information Security Agency (KISA), has been a major contributor to the information protection field with his lengthy experience and achievements.