Activities throughout a year

Internet Safety Classroom
http://www.net-anzen.go.jp/ (Japanese only)
Beginning in 2003, the JNSA has been engaged in the METI-sponsored “Internet Safety Classroom” seminar project as one activity to raise information security awareness among the general population in Japan. With the cooperation of local agencies, groups and schools, and with the support of the Police Agency, prefectural law enforcement, local governments and educational institutions, the JNSA held a total of 28 Internet Safety Classroom seminars around Japan in FY2004. This number reached 125 in FY2008, and 154 in FY2009, as the JNSA continues to sponsor more locations around the country.
Survey Report of Information Security Incident
http://www.jnsa.org/en/reports/incident.html
Since 2001, the JNSA has conducted an annual survey to compile and analyze data related to damages suffered by business caused by viruses, hacking and other incidents. Since 2003, from the viewpoint of information assets risk management, the JNSA has proposed a model for calculating projected compensation for damages when private information has been compromised, making the reports to public.
What you need to know: Information Security Self-Check Questionnaire
http://slb.jnsa.org/slbm/ (Japanese only)
On January 22, 2007, the JNSA published the “What you need to know: Information Security Self-Check Questionnaire” made available through the JNSA website. This service allows individuals to quickly check their understanding about security, and acts as a mechanism for general Internet users to improve their security literacy while identifying their vulnerabilities.

On January 31, 2008, the new site for organizations and enterprises "Information Security Literacy Check" was released.
http://slb.jnsa.org/eslb/ (Japanese only)
Information Security Market Survey (published annually)
Information Security Market Survey FY2008
http://www.jnsa.org/result/2008/surv/mkr/ (Japanese only)
Information Security Promotion Project for Small and Medium Enterprises
http://www.jnsa.org/ikusei/ (Japanes only)