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Compliance with BYOD Security Policy

Frida Ferdani Putri, Anat Hovav

한국경영정보학회 한국경영정보학회 학술대회 loT 시대의 창조경제 실현을 위한 정보학의 융합과 혁신 2013.11 pp.683-689

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The trend of bring your own device (BYOD) in an organization has raised significant concerns about information system security as employees use their personal devices to access organizational resources. This study aims to examine employees' intention to comply with an organization’s IS security policy in BYOD setting. We derived our research model from reactance theory, protection motivation theory and organizational justice theory. The results of this study demonstrate that perceived threat appraisal, response efficacy and self-efficacy increase an employee’s intention to comply with BYOD security policy. Conversely, perceived freedom threat due to imposed security policy decreased an employee’s intention to comply with the security policy. We also found that an employee’s perceived justice of BYOD policy would promote intention to comply. An interesting double-edged sword effect of a security awareness program was confirmed by the results. BYOD security awareness program increases an employee’s response efficacy and response cost. Availability of an IT support team for BYOD in an organization was also found to increase an employee’s self-efficacy and perceived digital mutualism justice.

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Assessing Compliance with the Wildlife Crossing Guideline in South Korea

Donggul Woo, Heebok Park, Hyeong-Soo Seo, Ho-Gyeong Moon, Euigun Song, Anya Lim, National Institute of Ecology, Seocheon 33657, Republic of Korea

강원대학교 산림과학연구소 Journal of forest and environmental science 제34권 제2호 2018.04 pp.176-179

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To restore the connectivity of fragmented habitats, 415 wildlife crossings have been built between 1998 and 2014 in South Korea. However, their effect on wildlife conservation is still in doubt. As a first step to examine the effectiveness, our study aims to assess compliance with the guideline for wildlife crossing construction and management, developed by the Ministry of Environment Korea that provides fundamental information to understand the status and the problem of wildlife crossings in Korea and thus to provide practical guidance for the improvement. According to our survey, the Korea National Park Service complied with the guideline best (62.5%) while local government followed the guideline least (46.1%). In addition, the compliance rate was the highest for wildlife crossings in national roads (53.6%) followed by highways (53.2%) and local and municipal roads (52.2%). For the overpass wildlife crossings, the compliance rates for installation of an escaping facility in the drainage and prevention of pedestrian and vehicle access were particularly low. In case of underpass wildlife crossings, small ditches for amphibians and reptiles were not sufficient, and the linkage between wildlife fences and underpass were weak. In order to ensure the effectiveness of wildlife crossings, the effort to increase the compliance rate with the guideline is critical, and mandating the guideline could be a practical way to enforce the compliance.

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Automated Compliance Checking Framework for Prevention through Design using Natural Language Processing and Building Information Modeling

JunHyuk Kwon, Seong Choon Jeong

대한건축학회지회연합회 대한건축학회연합논문집 제16권 제6호 통권 64호 2014.12 pp.227-236

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Introducing the concept of construction safety in the design/planning phase can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of safety management on construction sites. In this sense, further improvements for safety can be made by designers’ involvement in the elimination or management of design-related hazards in addition to contractors’ own efforts, as known as Prevention through Design (PtD). However, this idea has not been well materialized in construction practices due in part to the lack of a PtD tool that allows designers to automatically check and evaluate designs in terms of worker safety. The paper addresses this issue by designing and testing an automated compliance checking framework that extracts information relevant to design-related hazards from regulatory documents and maps it to each of related design components using Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Building Information Modeling (BIM). The proposed framework has two key functions: 1) automatically extracting machine-readable regulation information relevant to design-related hazards using NLP techniques; and 2) automatically mapping such information to corresponding design components in a building information model, enabling the visualization of hazards. How all these components work to automatically display design-related hazards and relevant regulatory information is illustrated with a three-story building, focusing on fall protection. The proposed framework successfully extracted regulation information from textual documents with about 90% of precision and recall rates. It also correctly identified all the hazards in the case study model. The automated framework is expected to facilitate safety design review by improving designers and contractors’ proactive responses against design-related hazards

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Variation in Residents Compliance with Green Belt Regulation

Lee, Shi-Chul

한국지역개발학회 한국지역개발학회지 제13권 제3호 2001.12 pp.189-212

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복지서비스 이용자의 권리옹호를 위한 컴플라이언스(Compliance) 수행방안 연구

이명현

한국통합사례관리학회 한국케어매니지먼트연구 제3호 2009.06 pp.41-69

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사회복지서비스의 패러다임 변화로 인해 기존의 조치중심의 사회복지가 이용자 중심의 사회복지로 전환되면서, 선택과 자기결정, 이용과 계약 이념이 복지서비스에 침투되었다. 이러한 변화 동향은 수동적인 개입의 대상으로 여겨 왔던 클라이언트의 지위를 다시 보게 하면서 서비스 전달을 담당하는 일선 사회복지기관의 관리전략도 재구축하지 않을 수 없게 한다. 본 연구는 이러한 변화에 맞추어 서비스 이용지원을 위한 컴플라이언스 매니지먼트 도입을 위한 방안을 도출하는데 초점을 두고 있다. 연구결과 컴플라이언스 수행방안 방안으로서는 첫 번째로 관리적 방안으로서 통제환경 정비와 시스템 재구축, 인력양성 프로그램 개발 등을 들 수 있고, 두 번째로 이용지원 강화를 위한 방안으로서 정보접근권 강화와 감사·평가 프로그램 강화, 거버넌스와 독립컴플라이언스 유형의 적절한 조절, 컴플라이언스 수행과 관련하여 지역중심의 서비스 외부평가, 고충해결 체제 확충, 내부고발자 프로그램 도입, 정보공개 및 보호, 컴플라이언스 행동기준 작성 지원을 제시하였다.

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Mediating Effect of Cooperation with the Police on Compliance with the Law in Model of Procedural Justice and Police Legitimacy

Bojun Seo, Soochang Lee

국제문화기술진흥원 International Journal of Advanced Culture Technology(IJACT) Volume 6 Number 1 2018.03 pp.15-22

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The main purpose of the research is to examine the mediating effect of cooperation with the police on compliance with the law in the causal relationship between procedural justice and police legitimacy and criminal deterrence. This research employs a survey questionnaire to evaluate procedural justice, police legitimacy, cooperation with the police, and compliance with the law. The number of subject of the study is 312 citizens residing in Daegu metropolitan city and some cities of Gyeongsangbuk-do province. The study employs Structural Equation Model by using AMOS 24 to analyze the mediating effect of cooperation with the police on compliance with the law. As the result of analysis, the mediating effect of cooperation with the police on compliance with the law is statistically significant at the level 0.01. The key findings of this study is that in the community-based policing, cooperation with the police and compliance with the law are very important determinants in controlling and deterring crimes and the police need to reinforce a cooperative relationship with residents to reduce crimes through strengthening the willingness of compliance with the law.

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BROWN GAS INCINERATOR FOR WASTE DESTRUCTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION COMPLIANCE

Kho Boon Kie, Ashwani K. Gupta

국제과학영재학회 APEC Youth Scientist Journal Vol. 4 2012.08 pp.94-107

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All municipal wastes consists large amounts of water (as much as 60% by mass) which hinders the performance of waste incinerators. Excess water can easily be separated out from the municipal solid wastes using centrifuges. The waste water can be reformed to Brown gas (di-atomic and mon-atomic hydrogen and oxygen) using an electrolyzers. At the instant that the water splits, the hydrogen and oxygen are in their mon-atomic state (H and O). Brown gas in the form of hydrogen and oxygen production form waste water is useful from waste waters and all kinds of solid wastes. Dehydrated waste can be easily combusted in an incinerator. Waste is an unavoidable by-product of most human activity. Economic development and rising living standards, including the Asian and Pacific Region have led to increased quantity and complexity of generated waste, whilst industrial diversification and the provision of expanded health-care facilities have added substantial quantities of industrial hazardous waste and biomedical waste into the waste stream with potentially severe environmental and human health consequences. Technologies available remove the large and diverse amounts of wastes generated include incineration, ocean dumping, lagooning, sanitary landfill, direct combustion, pyrolysis, gasification and more. However, available information reveals that incineration.is widely used with reasonable good success to manage the large amounts of wastes generated from low moisture content wastes. Today most incinerators are stoker incinerator which produces dioxins in low temperatures regions of the incinerator as well as other criteria pollutants emission. . High temperature (1600C) zones in the incinerator assist in melting the glass and metal in the waste to mitigate dioxin formation and release of heavy metals in to the environment. Low energy density and high moisture content in the waste require the use of auxiliary fuel to maintain high temperatures in the incinerator. Separating out the water from waste and reforming water to Brown gas and burning low moisture solid wastes in incinerator helps environmental benign means of wastes management. In this paper, different technologies are described that form key elements of overall waste management system, including the brown gas production from the water collected from solid wastes that can be used in the incinerator to further increase the incinerator temperature.

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A Path Way to Successful Management of Individual Intention to Security Compliance : A Role of Organizational Security Climate

Myung-Seong Yim

한국경영정보학회 한국경영정보학회 학술대회 ICT 융합과 금융 및 산업의 혁신 2012.11 pp.491-500

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While organizations are making a considerable effort to leverage formal and informal control mechanisms (e.g., policies, procedures, organizational culture) to improve security, their impact and effectiveness is under scrutiny as employees seldom comply with information security procedures. Drawing upon Griffin and Neal's safety climate and performance model, we develop an information security climate model of security policy compliance. With 581 responses collected through a survey of IT users in South Korea, the results strongly support the fundamental proposition that the information security climate has significant positive influence on the intention of the security policy compliance. The study also reveals that the security climate nurtures the employee’s organizational commitment, which in turn shapes favorable attitude towards the compliance of information security and controls the perceived cost of security compliance at the same time. Overall, the findings support our view that various organizational efforts towards information security collectively create the fertile environment where an organizational member is transformed from a security threat to a security asset.

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The effects of aquatic exercise on body composition, physical fitness, and vascular compliance of obese elementary students

Bo-Ae Lee, Deuk-Ja Oh

한국운동재활학회 JER Vol.10 No.3 2014.06 pp.184-190

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The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of aquatic exer-cise on body composition, physical fitness, and vascular compliance of obese elementary school students. For the purpose of this study, 20 obese elementary students were selected as subjects. The subjects were then divided into two groups: the swimming group (n=10) and the control group (n=10). The subjects were asked to exercise for 60 min-utes a day, 3 times a week for 12 weeks with an exercise intensity of 50-70% HRmax. The following results were achieved: first, in terms of body composition, both body fat percentage and fat-free mass showed sig-nificant differences within the swimming group. There were also signifi-cant differences again in the posttest of difference between the two groups. Second, in terms of changes in physical fitness, there were, again, no significant changes in muscular strength between the two groups. However, muscular endurance, flexibility, and cardiopulmonary endurance showed significant differences in the swimming group’s test for difference within groups. Significant differences in both groups for the posttest of differences between groups were also seen. Third, in terms of vascular compliance, there was a significant increase in the right leg for the swimming groups’ test of difference within groups, as well as in the posttest of difference between groups.

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Effect of long-term resistance exercise on body composition, blood lipid factors, and vascular compliance in the hypertensive elderly men

Hyun-Sub Kim, Dae-Geun Kim

한국운동재활학회 JER Vol.9 No.2 2013.04 pp.271-277

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Hypertension is designated as either essential (primary) hypertension or secondary hypertension and is defined as a consistently elevated blood pressure exceeding 140/90 mmHg. Hypertension is called “the silent killer” because it often causes no symptoms for many years, even decades, until it finally damages certain critical organs. In various causes of hypertension, obesity is an increasing health problem worldwide, and several epidemiological studies have identified a positive association between obesity and an increased incidence of hypertension. Therefore, in the present study, we investigated the effect of long-term resistance exercise on body composition, blood lipid profile, vascular compliance, and blood pressure in the elderly men. For this study, the In- Body test, blood lipid profile, and analysis of vascular compliance and blood pressure were performing before and after in experiment. The twenty male subjects aged between 68 and 72 yr were recruited from the ‘Y’ senior towers in Korea. All subjects performed exercises on a weight training machines 40 min once a day for 52 weeks. The exercise intensity for resistance training was 60% of the 10 RM maximal voluntary contraction test. All subjects before performing resistance exercise showed an increase in hypertension following enhanced %fat, blood lipid factors (TC, LDL-C), whereas decreased lean body mass (LBM), vascular compliance. However, 52 weeks of resistance exercise suppressed %fat and LDL-C, whereas improved LBM, vascular compliance, resulting in reducing hypertensive levels in the elderly men. We suggest that resistance exercise can be a valuable tool for the remarkable improvement of hypertension.

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자발적인 정보보안 컴플라이언스에 영향을 미치는 요인에 관한 연구 : 준법에 대한 신념, 준법 관련 지식, 그리고 업무의 준법 연관성을 중심으로

김상수, 김용진

한국경영정보학회 Information Systems Review 제18권 제2호 2016.06 pp.127-149

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본 연구에서는 정보보안 관련 법률과 기업의 정보보안 정책에 대한 조직 구성원들의 준법행동(compliance behavior)에 대하여 계획된 행동이론과 사회적 인지이론을 바탕으로 개인의 준법에 대한 신념과 준법행동 간의 관계를 설명하고 준법의식의 형성 과정에서의 준법 관련 지식의 중요성을 제기하는 연구모형의 분석을 통해 기업의 정보보안 컴플라이언스에 대한 새로운 분석 방법을 제시하였다. 또한 기업 내에서 업무의 준법 연관성이 준법행동에 어떠한 영향을 미치는지 함께 살펴봄으로써 부문과 직무에 따라 다르게 적용될 수 있는 실질적인 접근방법을 다루었다. 가설을 검증하기 위하여 회사 내 준법활동을 지원하기 위한 준법지원시스템을 도입하여 운영하고 있는 국내 정유회사 S사 임직원을 대상으로 설문을 실시하여 분석하였다. 모델 검증 결과, 준법에 대한 신념과 준법 관련 지식은 각각 준법행동에 긍정적인 영향을 미치고, 준법에 대한 신념은 준법 관련 지식을 통해 준법행동에 더 긍정적인 영향을 미치며, 이러한 준법 관련 지식에는 업무의 준법 연관성이 조절효과로서 유의한 영향을 미치는 것으로 나타났다. 본 연구는 기존에 주를 이루었던 통제, 처벌과 같은 억제 요인의 효과성 측면에서 벗어나, 자발적인 준법행동에 영향을 미치는 요인으로서의 준법 관련 지식과 준법 연관성의 역할을 실증적으로 연구한 것에 의의가 있다. 특히 기업이 직면한 정보보안 관련 법률과 기업의 정보보안 정책에 대한 조직 구성원들의 자발적이고 적극적인 준법행동을 유도할 수 있는 특성들을 제시함으로써, 기업의 종합적인 컴플라이언스 체계 수립에 기초가 되고 지속가능경영을 제고할 수 있기를 기대한다.
Based on a comprehensive literature review on Theory of Planned Behavior and Social Cognitive Theory, this study proposes and empirically examines a structural model consisting of factors affecting voluntary information security compliance behavior. To test the proposed research model, the study analyzes survey results from employees of a major Korean energy company, which employs an enterprise compliance support system. Results indicate three factors: compliance behavioral belief and compliance knowledge affect compliance behavior; compliance knowledge works as a mediator in the relationship between compliance behavioral belief and compliance behavior; and the more relevant the compliance is to an employee’s job, the more the employee prioritizes compliance knowledge. This study suggests methods for encouraging employees to embrace voluntary, positive information security compliance standards. By doing so, this article aims to promote a more effective corporate compliance system for information security and enhance sustainable management practices.

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