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 Network Security Workshop
 Chairman :  Yoshiaki Kasahara
 Yasuichi Kitamura
 Objectives :  
  1. To raise the security awareness and knowledge within APAN community.
  2. To exchange experience and knowledge in network security technologies and issues.
  3. To cooperate with other international security efforts to raise security awareness, capabilities and interoperation globally.
 Security related topics includes protection of the physical, intellectual, and electronic assets of the APAN and other network, including its security
 policies, network access controls, virus protection, network administration, auditing, and transaction security.
 Target Audience :  Researchers, Scientists, Network Engineers
 Expected Number of Participants :  30 - 50
 Agenda :  1. ( Content Filtering in the Australian context )
 Speaker : Paul Brooks (Director, ISOC-AU, Australia)"CLICK HERE FOR PRESENTATION SLIDES"

 2. An Advisory for BBS Users Based on Filtering of Vandalism Comments
 Speaker : Yu Ichifuji ( Tohoku University, Japan ) "CLICK HERE FOR PRESENTATION SLIDES"

Biography:
Yu Ichifuji is a student of the Graduate School of Information Sciences of Tohoku University, and is currently studying in a research field concerning user ethics education in the Internet toward the Ph.D. degree. His research interests are in ethical issues of internet communication and education systems for Internet users.

Abstract:
In recent years, young users can access the Internet and communicate with others through the Internet communication tools such as BBS. BBS has problems that users sometimes post bad comment which displeases others due to lack of experiences. To maintain normal communication, it is necessary to reduce such bad comments. Actually, Japanese government and local governments focus on specific site in which they talk about their school event, teacher and other student, and order to remove such bad comments. However, we think that the cause of problems is that users don't understand the influence of own posting comment. If user has a chance to understand the influence, they will not post such bad comments. The aim of our work is to advise such users when they post bad comment. In this talk, we introduce Japanese government countermeasures and our advisory method.

 3. Content Filtering in Japan - Mainly the trend of Japanese mobile network.
 Speaker : Nao Fukushima (Mitsubishi Research Institute) (remote presentation)"CLICK HERE FOR PRESENTATION SLIDES"

Biography:
Nao Fukushima is the researcher of Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc. He holds a Master degree of Social Science from Hitotsubashi University, Japan. He researches the field of the ICT (Information and Communication Technology) Policy.

Abstract:
In recent years, young users can easily access the Internet and communicate with others in Japan. And they came to be able to access the harmful contents in the youth. Therefore, because the young users are made not to be able to access harmful contents, the introduction of the filtering technology is advanced in Japan.Especially, in Japan, the cell phone is a major target,because young users often access the Internet with the cell phone.    There are chiefly two of the following in the method of filtering of Japan.

 - Filtering by whitelist by mobile career and third-party institution
 - Filtering by blacklist of filtering service provider

   We introduce a technical mechanism of these filtering this time. And, we easily introduce the policy of Japan concerning this matter.

 Remarks :  Video Conference System

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