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A Study on the Short Term Curriculum for Strengthening Information Security Capability in Public Sector
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A Study on the Short Term Curriculum for Strengthening Information Security Capability in Public Sector
Yun, Joobeom;
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 Abstract
Recently, cyber attacks are continuously threatening the cyberspace of the state across the border. Such cyber attacks show a surface which is intelligent and sophisticated level that can paralyze key infrastructure in the country. It can be seen well in cases, such as hacking threat of nuclear power plant, 3.20 cyber terrorism. Especially in public institutions of the country in which there is important information of the country, advanced prevention is important because the large-scale damage is expected to such cyber attacks. Technical support is also important, but by improving the cyber security awareness and security expert knowledge through the cyber security education to the country`s public institutions workers is important to raise the security level. This paper suggest education courses for the rise of the best security effect through a short-term course for the country`s public institutions workers.
 Keywords
cyber security;public sector;information security;curriculum;
 Language
Korean
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