This report illustrates “Cybersecurity KPI Model” as our original model to visualize cybersecurity. Cybersecurity KPI Model is able to identify organization's KPIs according to their maturity level and to objectively evaluate performance and to reduce the potential financial impact.
・An Example of Cybersecurity KPIs (Japanese) （PDF）
This report illustrated that the often claimed shortage of human resources in the area of information security is not one of security specialists but rather plus security human resources (people who know about information security in addition to their primary tasks).
According to our survey, the stock value index declined by an average of 10% from the day on which a data breach was disclosed, and the companies experienced an average decrease of 21% in net profit. Japanese companies should discuss cyber risks as part of their corporate governance.
- Cyber-risk estimation model "Probable Maximum Loss"（Excel）
Major countries of the world are encouraging the sharing of information on cybersecurity by enacting national cybersecurity laws and regulations. Japan should maintain a close watch on the status of these countries to see whether these laws and regulations enhance their cybersecurity levels and whether public-private partnerships are being conducted in a successful manner.
Policy trends of cybersecurity and privacy protection. This column was written by Kenji Uesugi, Senior fellow of JCIC.
What should Japan learn from South Korea's Cybersecurity Strategy? It is very useful to understand it in the geopolitical point of view. This column was written by Kenji Uesugi, Senior fellow of JCIC.
The main theme of this column is the challenge of investment in risk management. This column was written by Toshinori Kajiura, President of JCIC.
Describing the human development of cybersecurity industry. This column was written by Toshihiro Hirayama, Senior fellow of JCIC.
Describing a paradox of the cyber risk management. This column was written by Toshinori Kajiura, President of JCIC.
JCIC attended the Information Security Forum (ISF) UK Spring Conference in March. This event report illustrated that the overview of the conference and what Japanese companies should learn.
JCIC hosted the 3rd JCIC Executive Breakfast Meeting on Mar 19th.
1st JCIC Anual Meeting was held at the International Cybersecurity Symposium, Keio University Mita Campus (Nov. 28th and 29th)
JCIC hosted the 1st Ad-Hoc Meeting on October 25th.
JCIC hosted the 2nd JCIC Executive Breakfast Meeting on July 19th.
JCIC made a presentation at Seoul, South Korea on July 12th, 2018.
JCIC hosted the 2nd Human Development Roundtable at JCIC office on July 5th.
JCIC hosted the 1st JCIC Human Development Roundtable at Keio University Mita Campus on April 27th.
JCIC hosted the 1st JCIC Executive Breakfast Meeting on April 18th.
JCIC joined the panel discussion at the International Cybersecurity Symposium, Keio University Mita Campus (Mar. 29th).
To promote private sector’s cybersecurity / More tangible approaches / Practical measures for SMEs
To identify effective HR and make proposals for training / To develop HR who lead the global discussion