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Introduction to Cybersecurity Policy

Overview:
This course introduces students to the issues of security operations surrounding information system and internet communications in Japan and around the world, by focusing on security challenges arising from the globalization of internet, the sharing of networks, complex web of digital technology, and strategic communications. The course will enable students to understand how and why cybersecurity has drawn an increasing concern and driven the nation for development of strategies and policy at both national/international level. This course does not require significant skills or experience in information technology.


Course Objectives
The course objectives include but not limited to
● Understanding the policy issues that center on critical infrastructure protections, international relations, business continuity, and risk/crisis management to protect intellectual property, assets, reputation, and other organizational assets from any threat or attack related to cybersecurity.
● Understanding the role of technical standards to supplement legal and regulatory requirements;
● Analyzing critical incidents including data breaches or related events to design and implement organizational strategies to address such risks;
● Gaining a basic understanding for future technical and other research in security (whether it is public or public sector)
● Gaining a basic grounding for policy via the examination of current research issues and problems
● Gaining experience handling real-world security policy challenges through analysis of public documents and artifacts using written and oral communication.
● Developing the multidisciplinary skills needed to analyze, manage, and resolve the challenges associated with public policy, international relations, and governance.
● Students are encouraged to take experiment provided by Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies/Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies

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時間割/共通科目コード
コース名
教員
学期
時限
5130248
GPP-MP6Z30L3
Introduction to Cybersecurity Policy
林 良造
S1 S2
火曜4限
マイリストに追加
マイリストから削除
教室
国際学術総合研究棟 演習室D
講義使用言語
英語
単位
2
実務経験のある教員による授業科目
NO
他学部履修
開講所属
公共政策学教育部
授業計画
(Tentative. Details might change. ) Week 1:Course Introduction Instructors: Prof.Hayashi & Prof. Onishi Week 2: Cybersecurity as strategic economic investment Instructor: Prof. Onishi Week 3: Internet and governing digitized security Instructor: Mr. Asaba(IIJ Inc.) Week 4: Cybersecurity and Law: regulations and judicial challenges Instructor: Prof. Sato(MIGA) Week 5: Governing body of security I: national policy strategy Guest Speaker: Dr. Misumi(NISC. if unavailable, Mr. Uryu/Mr.Sakai as a substitute) *Administering/Planning security as a national policy strategy Week 6: Governing body of security II: business/economic srategy Speaker: Mr. Okuya(METI) [if not available, Mr. Ichinowatari (IPA)] *Administering/Promoting cybersecurity in business sectors Week 7 Governing body of security III: critical incident response Guest Speaker: Mr. Komiyama (JP-CERT/CC) & Ms. Uchida (JP-CERT/CC) Week 8: Field Trip to SiSOC Yaesu Office Class will meet at SiSOC Yaesu Office nearbyTokyo Station. See the map for the direction. Week 9: Strategic Innovation for cyberdefense Guest Speaker: Mr. Inoue (NICT) *technological dimension of cyber resilience Week 10: Installing security for in-house protection Guest Speaker: Mr. Yokohama(NTT) or Frank Marsillo (CITI) *organizational continuity and security training Week 11: Cybersecurity as a global service business Guest Speaker: Mr. Roderic Baglic & Mr. Mohamed Rasheed(Symantec Inc.) Week 12: Security from national defense & international standpoint Guest speaker(s): Mr.Ide (Coastal SDF) and Mr. Fujii (NRI), or Mr. Kang(Univ.of Tokyo) Week 13 (07/09) Student Presentations Paper proposals/student presentations due
授業の方法
lecture, guest speakers
成績評価方法
Class participation and engagement 30% Paper/Report 70%
教科書
To be introduced in the class if appropriate.
参考書
To be introduced in the class if appropriate.
履修上の注意
The course does not focus on technical aspects of cyber security, but focus on policy or management issues associated with the cyber security.