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What is the JNSA?

The goal of NPO Japan Network Security Association (JNSA) is to promote standardization related to network security, and to contribute to greater technological standards in the field, enhancing the public welfare through awareness, education, research and information-dissemination activities related to network security. At present, the Association is comprised of many different working groups carrying out different facets of the Association's charter.

Japan Network Security Association (JNSA) signed an Affiliation Agreement with the Information Security Forum (ISF) on 1 November 2009.

The aim of the agreement is to harness the respective experience and influence of both organisations to promote the development of worldwide standards and best practice guidelines for IT governance and information security.

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Activities:
Research related to projected financial damages caused by information leakage, sponsorship of "Internet Safety Classrooms", creation of a website to self-check information security knowledge, other research and survey projects conducted by various working groups.
History:
  • April 2000Established as a voluntary association
  • May 2001Granted status as a specified non-profit organization(NPO)
  • July 2001Began activities as a formal NPO

Contact:
NPO Japan Network Security Association
3F,JC Bldg., 1-22-12 Nishi-Shinbashi,
Minato-ku,Tokyo 105-0003, JAPAN
TEL:03-3519-6440 FAX:03-3519-6441
E-Mail:madiladdress

Western Japan Branch
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5-14-10 Nishi-Nakashima Yodogawa-ku,
Osaka City 532-0011, JAPAN