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KISA committed to info security

Information security has become an increasing concern on the individual, local, and global level. Korea Intelligence Security Agency (KISA) will continue to play an important role in maintaining and providing a more secure information environment. KISA was first established in 1996 as the Korea Information Security Center and changed its name and statutory base in 2001. The same year, KISA established its new headquarters in Karak-dong to provide a comprehensive security plan to corporations, citizens, and the government. 269 staff members currently work at KISA’s headquarters. Cho Whie-kap, appointed in 2000, continues to act as the agency’s president. KISA works in conjunction with its supervising office, the Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC) to create a safe information environment online. The agency is comprised of several specialized teams, centers and divisions. KISA’s roles and responsibilities range from technology development and providing support to the information security industry to educating the public on information security. Full Story

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