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Intensive courses for Kyoto Prefectural Police Cyber Investigators are being offered again in FY2024.

Intensive lectures accompanying the "Agreement on the Development of Excellent Human Resources to Cope with Threats in Cyberspace," which Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) and Kyoto College of Information Technology (KCGI) signed with the Kyoto Prefectural Police in 2016, are being offered again in 2024.KCGI professors give lectures to police officers, who are being trained by the prefectural police to play a central role in cybercrime investigations, to enable them to acquire advanced and specialized knowledge of information and communication technology needed to deal with threats in cyberspace.

All professors are experts in the fields of security, networking, and databases, with experience in private companies, research institutes, and universities.The lecture begins with the basics and then moves on to specific specialized topics related to cybercrime investigations.Many of our students pass the Information Technology Engineer Examination every year.

In 2014, the prefectural police established the "Kyoto Cybercrime Study Group" with members including universities, research institutes, and information and telecommunications companies, with the aim of improving cyber investigation capabilities and establishing a human resource development system.In 2017, the KCG Group and Professor Shozo Naito received a letter of appreciation from the prefectural police for the large number of police officers who took the training and passed the Basic Information Technology Engineer Examination and other tests.

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