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Effects of the Recognition of Business Information Protection Activities in Ranks on Leaks of Industrial Secretes
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Effects of the Recognition of Business Information Protection Activities in Ranks on Leaks of Industrial Secretes
Choi, Panam; Han, Seungwhoon;
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 Abstract
The objective of this study is to analyze control factors in protecting activities of business information that affects the effects of protecting leaks of industrial secretes during business security works in the ranks of staffs. A regression analysis was implemented by 36 items of protecting activities of information and 10 items of preventing industrial secretes for a total of 354 users and managers who use internal information systems in governments, public organizations, and civilian enterprises. In the recognition of protecting activities of business information that affects the prevention of controlling industrial secretes, clerks showed recognitions in physical control, environmental control, and human resource control, and software control and assistant chiefs showed recognitions in hardware control and environmental control. Also, ranks of department managers and higher levels represented recognitions in security control activities. It showed that clerks, assistant chiefs, and above department managers show effects of technical control factors on protecting activities of industrial secretes but section chiefs represent system control factors in preventing industrial secretes.
 Keywords
Industrial security;Business security Activities;Industrial Secretes;Business information protection activity;Management security;Technical security;Physical security;
 Language
Korean
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