The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry will dispatch advisors to universities and research institutes to build an advanced technology management system in order to prevent the outflow of technology that poses a security problem.In addition to giving advice to universities and other institutions to prevent technology leaks, we also support the construction of specific management systems.
According to the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, the project will be entrusted to Nomura Research Institute and will be performed on its behalf.If there is an application from a university, etc., we will dispatch experienced people who were actually involved in the construction of the management system.Support and advice will be provided directly by the advisor to the university, etc., as well as by telephone or email as needed.
For universities that have not established a management system, we will give advice for construction, while for universities that have already established a system, we will advise them to have a stricter system.
In the 21st century, while terrorism is occurring frequently all over the world, the spread of weapons of mass destruction and chemical weapons to developing countries has become a problem.It has also been revealed that Japanese-made electronic components are used for weapons and bombs in embargoed countries.
The internationalization of Japanese society is progressing rapidly, and the number of foreign immigrants is increasing by more than 1,000 million and the number of foreign students is increasing by more than 6.Therefore, from the viewpoint of security, research institutes such as universities are required to strengthen the management system of advanced technology.