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Case Study (Cybersecurity)

Strategic Communication and Leadership in the Digital Era
The course objectives include but not limited to

● Understanding the policy issues that center on international relations, business con-tinuity, 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 re-quirements;
● 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 In-formation Studies/Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies
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GPP-MP6Z40S3
Case Study (Cybersecurity)
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国際学術総合研究棟 演習室E
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英語
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2
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公共政策学教育部
授業計画
Week 1(09/24): Course Introduction Speaker/instructor Prof.Hayashi & Prof.Onishi Week 2 (10/01): What is cyberspace? Foundational structure of network and digitized communication Speaker/instructor Mr. Asaba Week 3 (10/08): Why does security matter? Cost-benefit analysis and its in-vestment Speaker/instructor Prof.Onishi Week 4 (10/15): Imagining cyberattacks (on-site field demonstration)* Speakers/instructor: Prof. Mitsunaga with SiSOC staff Week 5 (10/29): Security as effective corporate governance: effective leader-ship, risk management, accountability, and in-house training Speakers/instructors: Mr. Yokohama or Mr. Furusawa (NTT) Week 6 (11/05): Bolstering security in financial sector 1: strategic communica-tion and training for local/regional banks Speakers/instructors: Mr. Tanaka (Citibank) or Mr. Kamata (Financial ISAC) Week 7 (11/12): Bolstering security in financial sector 2: Balancing business productivity with risk management/accountability Speakers/instructors: Mr. Frank Marsillo (Citibank) *In case the speaker is not available <Option>Security as effective corporate governance 2: strategic training for small-to mid-sized businesses Speakers/instructors: Mr. Tanabe (IPA) Week 8 (11/19): Security as strategic business: monitoring cyber threats around the globe Speakers/instructors: Mr. Baclig /Mr. Rasheed Week 9 (11/26): Administering national security policy Speakers/instructors: Dr. Misumi (NISC/METI) Week 10 (12/03): Check and Balance for National Capacity Enhancement Speaker/instructor: Mr. Shigeo Mori (Institute of Information Security) Week 11 (12/10): Security in medical field Speakers/instructor: Mr. Fujii (NRI Secure Technologies) Week 12 (12/17): Paper/Proposal Presentation/Course Evaluation Students will present their research papers (or proposals) for the final project. *No class on Dec.24 (Redefined Friday). *Week 13 (1/07): <Special Issue>: Bolstering security for public common good [What should the Tokyo metropolitan government do to implement ef-fective cybersecurity policy/practice for the Olympic Games in 2020 Tokyo?] Speakers/Instructors: TBA (*depending on speaker’s availability) <Other option> Should governors/mayors (not national leaders) take a proactive-leadership to implement a cybersecurity policy to protect the entire body of city, county, state, region from any potential cyberattacks?
授業の方法
Lecture, gust speakers, student presentations
成績評価方法
A.Class Contribution: 30% Attendance: 30% (X12 classes, except for course guidance on Week 1) B.Final Research Paper: 70% Proposal+Presentation: 10% Final Paper: 60 %
教科書
There’s no need to purchase a textbook for the class. Handouts and/or brochures provided in weekly guest lectures will provide a chunk of course materials for you.
参考書
National Research Council. At the Nexus of Cybersecurity and Public Policy: Some Basic Concepts and Issues. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2014. Free download: http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=18749 Susan Landau. Listening In: Cybersecurity in an Insecure Age. Hartford: Yale University Press. 2017. P. W. Singer & Allan Friedman. Cybersecurity and Cyberwar. Oxford, UK: Oxford Uni-versity Press, 2014. Milton Mueller. Will the Internet Fragment? Sovereignty, Globalization and Cyber-spaceSovereignty, Globalization and Cyberspace. Cambridge(UK)/MA(USA): Polity, 2017. Mirko Hohmann, Alexander Pirang, & Thorsten Benner. Advancing Cybersecurity Ca-pacity Building: Implementing a Principle-Based Approach. The Global Public Policy Institute. March 2017. http://www.gppi.net/fileadmin/user_upload/media/pub/2017/Hohmann__Pirang__Benner__2017__Advancing_Cybersecurity_Capacity_Building.pdf
履修上の注意
This course offers students political, economic, and technology perspectives to examine cybersecurity from the standpoint of national governments, international laws and/or politics, and private sector. Interdisciplinary nature of cybersecurity, this course also welcomes students from outside the Graduate School of Public Policy, particularly students from law, computer science, information management, or sociology. Students will encounter some basic technical terms and principles regarding the nature of the internet, cyberspace, vulnerabilities, exploits, incidence response, etc. This is not a technical course, and computer skills or special knowledge are not required.
その他
Citation Machine (http://www.citationmachine.net) Purdue Online Writing Lab (https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/purdue_owl.html)