Topics: Security, Cloud Computing, & Big Data
There is a major shift underway in how organizations use and share data that will require new approaches to security while distinguishing and continuing to address existing issues for enterprises and consumers. The scale of operations and the remote access that the Cloud makes possible are also its greatest vulnerabilities.
What are the threats and what are the tools we need to manage and ultimately defeat them? What is the situation in Japan and Korea? What best practices might be shared? Is there a need for greater cooperation and information sharing between the private sectors of the two countries perhaps in conjunction with US partners?
Professor Hideyuki Tokuda’s areas of research include ubiquitous computing systems, smart spaces, sensor networks, distributed real-time operating systems and embedded systems. He served as the executive vice president of Keio University between 1997 and 2001 and now directs the Ubiquitous Computing and Communications Laboratory within the Keio Research Institute.
Professor Motohiro Tsuchiya is a professor of Graduate School of Media and Governance and deputy director of Global Security Research Institute (G-SEC) at Keio University. He is interested in the impact of the information revolution on international relations; regulatory policy regarding telecommunications and the Internet; and issues related to global governance and information technologies.