June 4, 2006
"As the Internet becomes a social framework, attacks and incidents with various intents have been actualized. As a result, previously unrelated organizations and groups have become actively engaged in discussions regarding threats and technology. In addition, they have begun to approach and actively engage in creating and implementing information security policies. This session will cover the information security revolution in Japan, as seen from analzyed attack models which have been actualized and on the changed meaning of threats and the influences. Mitsugu Okatani became a battleplane pilot after joining the Japan Air Self-Defense Force joined in April 1980, then he worked on the design development and management of the weapon systems as a development engineer. He was engaged in IT system development and information security related projects in the Air Self-Defense Force as a project executive from October 1993. He served in the Communications and Electronics Division in Air Staff Office Defense Division, the Director of Defense Agency Communication Division, and the Office of the Information Security at Cabinet from April 2002. He worked for the Network Information Security Center at Cabinet as a full time staff since Aug 2005, and became a Joint Staff Office at Japan Defense Agency since April 2006."