The industrial security management model for SMBs in smart work
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Since organizations have recognized needs for industrial technique leakage prevention, they tend to construct industrial security system causing huge consumption of budget, yet many of them are not affordable to organize industrial security team to operate integrated industrial security management system with consistent investment and maintenance. It is fact that there only occur instant introductions of certain system. In this study, we designed industrial security management model for organizations’ industrial technology leakage prevention which is differentiated from those of large enterprises based on current status of small and medium-sized organizations’ industrial technology leakage. Specifically we analyzed current status and vulnerability of organizations’ industrial technique leakage and we designed industrial technique leakage prevention management system for organizations. Then we applied Delphi method to validate appropriateness of study result. We strongly believe that organizations may estimate an appropriate level of investment on industrial security and develop countermeasures for control by utilizing this study result.
KeywordsIndustrial security Industrial security management system Security management model Small and medium business
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