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Paradigm of information security as interdisciplinary comprehensive science

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The concept of information security is "the dynamic process for establishing an integrated and complete system designed to form, without infringing freedom broadened by IT (information technology), and with closer coordination among technologies, administration and management techniques, legal and social systems and information morals in order to make compatible improved usability and efficiency and enhanced security, protected privacy and minimized surveillance, or monitoring, over people". This paper considers the paradigm of information security as an interdisciplinary comprehensive science and the way to develop human resources, both of which are required to establish information security.

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Cyberworlds, 2004 International Conference on

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18-20 Nov. 2004