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Evaluation Method for Information Security Levels of CIIP (Critical Information Infrastructure Protection)

Authors: Soon-Tai Park, Jong-Whoi Shin, Bog-Ki Min, Ik-Sub Lee, Gang-Shin Lee, Jae-Il Lee

Abstract:

As the information age matures, major social infrastructures such as communication, finance, military and energy, have become ever more dependent on information communication systems. And since these infrastructures are connected to the Internet, electronic intrusions such as hacking and viruses have become a new security threat. Especially, disturbance or neutralization of a major social infrastructure can result in extensive material damage and social disorder. To address this issue, many nations around the world are researching and developing various techniques and information security policies as a government-wide effort to protect their infrastructures from newly emerging threats. This paper proposes an evaluation method for information security levels of CIIP (Critical Information Infrastructure Protection), which can enhance the security level of critical information infrastructure by checking the current security status and establish security measures accordingly to protect infrastructures effectively.

Keywords: Information Security Evaluation Methodology, Critical Information Infrastructure Protection.

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1335014

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[1] The White House (The Department of Homeland Security), http://www.whitehouse.gov/deptofhomeland/
[2] NIST SP800-53(Recommended Security Controls for Federal Information System) http://www.nist.gov/
[3] NIST SP800-26 (Security Self-Assessment Guide for Information Technology System) http://www.nist.gov
[4] SSE-CMM
[5] http://www.kisa.or.kr/isms/
[6] http://www.iwar.org.uk/