From the Kyoto Prefectural Police Headquarters, KCG December 11, 2017, from Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) and Kyoto Information Graduate University (KCGI), which has an “Agreement on the Development of Excellent Human Resources to Respond to Cyberspace Threats” Thanks to group training, many police officers were awarded letters of thanks to KCG and KCGI for passing the Information Technology Engineer Examination Basic Information Engineer Examination.Since the signing of the agreement in May 2016, professors and faculty members of the KCG group have been visiting the Kyoto Prefectural Police and taking charge of the classes.We were able to contribute to the development of human resources who can deal with cybercrime, which is becoming increasingly malicious and increasing.
On this day, at the KCG Kyoto Station School and KCGI Kyoto Station Satellite, the Kyoto Prefectural Police's Yoshinori Mikami, the Kyoto City Police Department Director and Security Officer, gave a letter of appreciation to Akira Hasegawa, President of KCG, and Yoichi Terashita, Vice President of KCGI.
The Kyoto Prefectural Police has set up a system to nurture cyber special investigators in 2014 to accurately deal with cybercrime using communication technology.With the conclusion of the agreement, learning in basic classes related to IT (ICT) from KCG / KCGI has been incorporated into the training curriculum from the second term.The basic information engineer exam preparation course of the KCG Summer Course is also taken.According to the Kyoto Prefectural Police, trainees can learn the basic knowledge and skills of IT (ICT) from an early stage to effectively develop human resources to deal with cyberspace threats.Since the start of the KCG group training, six people have passed the basic information engineer exam and one has passed the network specialist exam.
In addition, as a mutual exchange, KCG / KCGI students are expected to observe and experience police duties, and police officers working on the front lines as lecturers will have classes at KCG / KCGI. It is expected that the personal exchange between the KCG group and the Kyoto Prefectural Police will become even more active.
In March 2017, Prof. Shozo Naito, a KCGI professor who trained the special police investigator at Kyoto Prefectural Police, received a letter of appreciation for his contribution.The Prefectural Police have set up the “Kyoto Cyber Crime Countermeasures Study Group” in 2014 with 22 members and 31 members including universities, research institutes and information and communications companies, aiming to improve cyber investigation capabilities and establish a special cyber investigator system. Established, Professor Naito is a member of the “Development Research Subcommittee”, and trains cyber special investigator trainees (15 first-year students and 8 second-year students) on basic theories of IT and networks, computer systems, and information security. I have been in charge of lectures and ability evaluation and have contributed.