Kyoto Information Graduate University (KCGI) and Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) have signed an agreement with Kyoto Prefectural Police to cultivate excellent human resources who can deal with cyberspace threats.The signing ceremony was held on May 31 at KCG Kyoto Station School, and the KCG Group attended by KCGI Chairman Hiroshi Hasegawa and Akira Hasegawa KCG President, and Kyoto Prefectural Police attended Hiroshi Ishimaru, Kyoto City Police Department Director. Signed to.The prefectural police established a system to train cyber special investigators two years ago to deal with cyber crimes that abused communications technology, and the second-year training started this spring. Based on this, learning in basic classes related to IT (ICT) in KCGI / KCG will be incorporated into the training curriculum.According to the prefectural police, trainees learn the basic knowledge and skills of IT (ICT) from an early stage, so that human resources can be effectively trained to cope with threats in cyberspace.
In addition, as a mutual exchange, KCGI / KCG students are expected to observe and experience police duties, and police officers working on the front lines as lecturers have classes at KCGI / KCG. In the future, it is expected that personal exchanges between the KCG group and the Kyoto Prefectural Police will become even more active.NHK / KBS / Kyoto Shimbun visited the signing ceremony for the signing ceremony, and showed high public interest in cyberspace security issues.