Industrial Security - eGovernance Vision and Strategy


- In conjunction with IEEE BIGCOMP 2020 -

  • Motivation and appropriateness to IEEE BigComp 2020

Industrial security is an activity that prevents infringement of all corperate secrets, including personnel, documents, facilities, and technology, from leaking to unauthorized people. With the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, information technology is being introduced throughout the industry, and the importance of activities to protect industrial secrets are growing accordingly. Industrial secret protection activities should be based on the joint efforts of the govenment, business and citizens.

Therefore, in this workshop, we will discuss the Korean government's response to cyber attacks, prevention of industrial technology leakage, prevention of crimes against industrial espionage, optimization of personal information de-identification using deep learning, and voice security system.

The topics of the studies that make up this workshop are timely and proper topics, appropriate for deep learning, AI, security and privacy as proposed by BigComp2020

  • Theme and purpose

The theme of this workshop is to discuss recent progress about industrial security in the field of autonomous vehicle industry. This includes the following research areas:

- Industrial/Economic Espionage Cases Analysis

- Criminal Psychology Regarding White Collar Crime

- Cybersecurity Strategies

- Information Security Management System Assessments

- AI, Deep Learning, Cloud Services and E-Governance

  • Important Dates

- Deadline for Workshop Paper Submission: November 29, 2019

- Notification of Acceptance: December 13, 2019

- Camera-Ready Copy Due: December 27, 2019

- Author Registration Due: December 30, 2019

- Workshop Date: February 19, 2020

  • Paper Submission

Papers can be either regular or short papers. ISComp2020 adopts a single-blind review policy.

You can submit your papers through the easychair site:

The paper templates with formatting instructions:

IEEE Conference Microsoft Word Template: IEEE_MSWord_Template.doc

IEEE Conference Latex Template:

  • Workshop Schedule

The tentative plan is a half day schedule as follows. In the first activity, the organizers will give keynote talks that introduce state-of-the-art studies for CMComp technology. The second activity consists of presentations of ongoing studies.

Time Activity

09:00~09:30 Registration and Opening Address

09:30~10:00 Coffee break

10:00~12:30 Presentations of ongoing research projects and developments

(6~8 papers, 15 min talk / 5 min QA)

  • Selection process for presenters and minimum/maximum number of participants

All preseneters are selected from the Center for Industrial Security & e-Governance(CISeG). All submissions must be in English and in PDF according to the IEEE format as propsed by BigComp2020. All submissions will be peer-reviewed by the program committees of the workshop. Expected number of participants is 30 and more including the presenters.

  • Organizer


Seunghwan Myeong

Educational background

PhD degree in social science from Syracuse University (1996)

MPA in Public administrations from Syracuse University (1992)

Master degree in Public administrations from Hankuk Univeristy of Foriegn Studies (1989)

Major career

President of Korea Association for Policy Studies (KAPS) (2018)

President of Korea Association for Policy Analysis and Evaluation (KAPAE) (2016)


Seunghwan Myeong, Yuseok Jung, and Eunuk Lee.2018.“A Study on Determinant Factors in Smart City Development: Analytic Hierarchy Process Analysis”. 2018. Sustainability 10, 2606. (SSCI)

Seunghwan Myeong, and Hyungjun Seo. 2016. “Which Type of Social Capital Matters for Building Trust in Government? Looking for a New Type of Social Capital in the Governance Era.” Sustainability 2016, 8, 322 (SSCI)

Seunghwan Myeong, Yongmin Kwon, and Hyungjun Seo. 2014. “Sustainable E-Governance: The Relationship among Trust, Digital Divide, and E-Government” Sustainability 6: 6049-6069. (SSCI)

Seunghwan Myeong and Younghoon Choi. 2010. “Effects of Information Technology on Policy Decision-Making Processes: Some Evidences Beyond Rhetoric”. Administration and Society 42 (4):441-459. (SSCI)

Research interests

e-Government, public policy, public management, industrial security

  • Committee

Prof. Seunghwan Myeong (Inha University, Republic of Korea)

Prof. Woojong Suh (Inha University, Republic of Korea)

Prof. Wookey Lee (Inha University, Republic of Korea)

Prof. Chanjoo Lee (Inha University, Republic of Korea)

Dr. Hyungjun Seo (Inha University, Republic of Korea)

Dr. Yunchang Joo (Inha University, Republic of Korea)