Summit Speakers

Cybersecurity Readiness in Fourth Industrial Revolution

Dr. Kisik, Chang

Advanced Technologies R&D Team Manager in Digital Forensics Center, Cyber Bureau

Dr. Kisik, Chang

Korean National Police Agency, Republic of Korea

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

  • Korean National Police Agency, Republic of Korea(Jun/2014 – )
    Advanced Technologies R&D Team Manager in Digital Forensics Center, Cyber Bureau
  • Korean National Police Agency, Republic of Korea(Aug/2013 – May/2014)
    Research Supervisor and Computer Forensic Examiner in Digital Forensics Team, CTRC
  • Korean National Police Agency, Republic of Korea(Feb/2006 – Aug/2011)
    Senior Researcher and Computer Forensic Examiner in Digital Forensics Team, CTRC
  • BCQRE Ltd, Republic of Korea(Jun/2000 – Aug/2001)
    Research Staff Member; Advised on the Digital Rights Management issues during design of the Protection of Document
  • Spaxcom Ltd, Republic of Korea(Jul/2001 – May/2002)
    Research Staff Member; Advised on the Digital Watermarking issues during desgin of Public Detection Watermarking system
  • Mathematics in the College of Sciences, Korea Univeirty(Mar/1996 – Feb/1997)
    Teaching Assistant; Calculus
  • Mathematics in the College of Natural Sciences, Kyung Hee Univeirty
    Research Assistant; Non-commutative Ring Theory(Mar/1997 – Aug/1997)
  • Mathematics in Department of Natural Sciences, Kyung Hee Univeirty
    Research Assistant; Non-commutative Ring Theory (Mar/1996 – Feb/1997)
  • Academic Affair Department in Kyung Hee University(Sep/1995 – Feb/1996)
    Administration Assistant

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D of Engineering in Information Security from Korea University in August 2005
  • Master of Science in Mathematics from Kyung Hee University in August 1997
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Kyung Hee University with a minor in Electronic Engineering in February 1995

PROJECT EXPERIENCE

  • Research on Steganography Techniques(Jun/2006 – May/2007)
    Research Superviosr
  • PEER-TO-PEER Security Architecture and Protocols(Sep/2003 – Aug/2004)
    Research Staff Member
  • Research on Steganography Techniques(Apr/2003 – Dec/2003)
    Research Staff Member
  • Traitor Tracing System based on Provable PKC(Sep/2001 – Present)
    Research Staff Member
  • Development of New Cryptographic Technologies(Aug/2000 – Present)
    Research Staff Member
  • Analysis on the Expected Economic Influence according to Side Effects of Informationization(Jul/2001 – Nov/2001)
    Research Staff Member; Lead the Project

PUBLICATIONS

  • How to acquire Database evidence? – case study via investigation on illegal web sites – Journal of Digital Forensics, 7, 2010.
  • Can we prove the integrity of all digital evidences? – Journal of Digital Forensics, 7, 2010.
  • Forensic analysis on information leakage using CD/DVD – Journal of Digital Forensics, 5, 2009.
  • Time information analysis on MS OFFICE WORD documents on NTFS file system – Journal of Digital Forensics, 5, 2009.
  • Data Retrieval from damaged USB thumb drive(2nd prize) – Journal of Digital Forensics, 1, 2006.
  • High Quality Perceptual Information Hiding Technique for Color Images – Accepted in STEG’03.
  • Weaknesses of Current Digital Rights Management systems – WISA 2002, The Third International Workshop on Information Security Applications, August 28-30, 2002, pp.453-466.
  • Subliminal Channels on SignCryption – KIISC, 2001.
  • SignCryption Schemes with Forward Secrecy – WISA 2001, The Second International Workshop on Information Security Applications, 2001, pp. 403-475.
  • Prospect of Future Digital Watermarking Technology – Technical Report, 2000.