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  • Date : 2019-05-13


Naval Education and Training Command’s Comprehensive support for cyber protection education

Cooperation MOU signed between the KU Graduate School of Information Security and Naval Education and Training Command


▲Lee Sangjin, president of the Graduate School of Information Security (left), and Lee Sunghwan, commander of the Naval Education and Training Command, pose for a commemorative photograph after signing the MOU.

 

On April 30, the Graduate School of Information Security of Korea University signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Naval Education and Training Command at a conference room in the Naval Education and Training Command in order to share the latest information on the development of cyber protection education and information security.

 

Through this agreement, KU and the Naval Education and Training Command will provide mutual support for administering the latest educational materials involving cyber protection within legal limits. Both sides will now be able to make use of the provided education contents responsibly.

 

Accordingly, the Graduate School of Information Security of KU will provide the Naval Education and Training Command with lectures and seminars to educate sailors on the importance of information security. KU will also provide cyber protection education and specialist lectures through its video lecture system.

 

Lee Sangjin, president of the Graduate School of Information Security, said, “I am glad that, through the MOU, KU is now able to help the Naval Education and Training Command with cyber protection education. KU will display a sense of responsibility by developing cyber protection education for the Korean Navy and will be fully supportive. KU will also interact closely with the Naval Education and Training Command.”

 

Lee Sunghwan, commander of the Naval Education and Training Command, said, “We have carried forward Smart EduTech to keep up with the fourth industrial revolution, and the MOU signed today will help us become more capable of developing it. We will actively utilize the latest materials involving cyber protection education and consistently share relevant information and business with KU.”

 

The MOU with the Naval Education and Training Command is the first step in the Graduate School of Information Security’s plans to expand its educational support and information-sharing cooperation with other branches of the military for the sake of developing their cyber protection education.

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