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선진국방연구
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ISSN (Print) 2635-5531 - ISSN (Online) 2636-1329
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  • Factors affecting information security compliance intention of military
           officer

    • Authors: Sangyoung Kim, Taebok Lee
      Pages: 5 - 33
      Abstract: The purpose of this study is to analyze the factors that influence the information security compliance intention of Korean military officers. For this purpose, a research model was constructed focusing on information security compliance attitude and perceived control, which are the main variables of the theory of planned behavior. In addition, security sensitivity, organization trust, information security work impediment, and sanction, were selected as independent variables. The research model was analyzed through a survey targeting Korean army officers, and the results are as follows. First, security sensitivity, organization trust, and sanctions had a significant effect on information security compliance attitude. However, the effect of information security work impediment had not been identified. Second, it was analyzed that security sensitivity and organization trust had a positive effect on perceived information security compliance control, but the effect of information security work impediment and sanction had not been verified. Third, it was confirmed that the information security compliance attitude and perceived control affect the information security compliance intention, which reconfirmed the results of previous studies. This study is meaningful in that it can improve the information security level of the military organization by suggesting a way to manage these factors.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      DOI: 10.37944/jams.v5i1.138
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Military application study of BCI technology using brain waves in Republic
           of Korea Army

    • Authors: Janggil Oh, Jongheon Kim
      Pages: 35 - 48
      Abstract: The importance of reserve forces is increasing owing to changes in the security environment, such as the promotion of Defense Reform 2.0 and a sharp decrease in military service resources. Under these changes, we focus on combining EEG (ElectroEncephaloGraphy) with Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) for improving combat power and contributing to the future development of defense science and technology in 2050. In the study of EEG measurement technology, the alpha wave of calmness and beta wave representing the improvement of the concentration on individualized shooting skills, were measured with high accuracy in the theta wave-related research, and the value of their use was recognized. Using in the combat situations of personal firearms shooting, it can be applied in a small budget and a short period of time. Through our findings, when shooting the K-1 and K-2 rifles (the basic personal weapons in Korean military), it can contribute to improving the accuracy of existing individual’s shooting by increasing both concentration and calmness between breathing and firing control. Hence, our study show in the future warfare, the new direction of current defense science and technology and new concept of personal weapon usages in artificial intelligence based on hyper-intelligence, hyper-connectivity, and human-unmanned combat systems.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      DOI: 10.37944/jams.v5i1.115
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • The enhancement of civilian military employees system for improving the
           reserve forces management efficiency in Korean military

    • Authors: Yonggu Kang
      Pages: 49 - 77
      Abstract: The importance of reserve forces is increasing owing to changes in the security environment, such as the promotion of Defense Reform 2.0 and a sharp decrease in military service resources, however, questions are raised as to whether the current system of reserve forces management civilian military employees has appropriate efficiency. As a result of the study, a plan to improve its efficiency was suggested that it is necessary to adjust reserve forces management civilian military employees in a series of multilevel class and to redesign the personnel management system. The measures proposed in the study are required to be promoted for the future trend of development of unit structure and manpower structure of reserve forces units, equity with general civilian military employees. In addition, it should be promoted by comprehensively considering the possibility of meeting the budget. In the follow-up study, if future research is conducted on the role of policy departments to optimize personnel management of reserve forces management civilian military employees and ways to form public consensus essential for system improvement, a comprehensive framework will be established.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      DOI: 10.37944/jams.v5i1.136
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • The characteristics of China’s military negotiation strategy

    • Authors: Yeungtae Kang
      Pages: 79 - 94
      Abstract: It was observed from the Korean War ceasefire talks, China-Soviet border disputes, India-China border disputes, Hong Kong return negotiations, and South China Sea conflicts that China adopted distributed negotiation strategy. Furthermore, the purpose of this paper is to derive an effective approach by identifying the types of military negotiation strategies used by China in conflicts with neighboring countries. Such research can contribute to the expansion of research topics on security-political-military relations owing to recent changes in the regional security environment (North Korea, the United States, Japan, and China) surrounding the Republic of Korea. Through the literature of various case studies, it was observed that China’s negotiation strategy differed depending on the attitude or response demonstrated by the target country. Thus, it could be confirmed that China's hostile negotiations alter and reach an agreement if the negotiator acquires military victories, exercises tough measures that threaten the negotiations themselves, or exerts diplomatic all-out pressure. This cannot be achieved by military methods alone. For instance, in the case of the South China Sea dispute, strong diplomatic pressure transformed China's negotiation strategy into an integrated negotiation strategy.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      DOI: 10.37944/jams.v5i1.127
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Adoption and deployment of 21st century technologies in armed forces
           operations

    • Authors: Kayode Sunday John Dada, Jechoniah Akila, Usman Omeiza Suleiman, Abdulrahman Akinbinu
      Pages: 95 - 107
      Abstract: Armed forces across the globe have been continuously modernizing through the deployment of hi-tech computers and nanotechnologies to perfect information acquisition and analysis and data transmission during missions and operations to make them more powerful and enhance their competitive advantage. This study presents an overview of the opportunities provided by twenty-first century military technologies and their advantages, specifically in terms of system integration, communications, and capability to shape modern warfare. The study concludes by recommending the importance of the Ministry of Defense through the provision of adequate funds and budgetary allocations for research, development, and procurement of high-tech equipment like TALOS, FIST, FELIN, IDZ-ZES, RATNIK-3 smart suits for tactical operations to support soldiers for an effective discharge of assigned combat missions during insurgencies and battlefield reconnaissance and domination.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      DOI: 10.37944/jams.v5i1.135
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2022)
       
 
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