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Study on Selection Methodology of Applicable Prospective Civil Information Security Technologies in Defense Cyberwarfare Sector
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Study on Selection Methodology of Applicable Prospective Civil Information Security Technologies in Defense Cyberwarfare Sector
Lee, Ho-gyun; Lim, Jong-in; Lee, Kyung-ho;
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 Abstract
This paper suggests a methodology for linking technology classification of nongovernmental information security field and technology classification of cyber-warfare in national defense field. Based on this methodology, Multi-Attribute Utility Theory(MAUT) is applied for the purpose of selecting promising nongovernmental technology that is worthy of later introduction or development. After studying the result of the survey regarding the research progression plan of the selected promising technology, the following three facts are discovered: Firstly, the greater the social spillover effect, the greater the need for the government lead R&D. Secondly, among the spillover effects, the social aspect has the highest correlation with respect to the need for the government lead R&D, while the economical aspect and the technological aspect come in the second and the third place, respectively. Finally, according to the correlation analysis, the defense application and the technological importance do not affect the subject of investment or the subject of development. This indicates that even though the R&D for technology with high social spillover effect should be lead by the government, the subject of the investment or the development cannot be determined solely by factors such as military application and technological importance.
 Keywords
Cyberwarfare;Information Security;Multi-Attribute Utility Theory;Technological Planning;
 Language
Korean
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