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A study of issues about accredited certification methods in Korea

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  • A study of issues about accredited certification methods in Korea
  • Chai, Seungwoan; Min, Kyoungsik; Lee, Jeonghyun
  • Science & Engineering Research Support soCiety


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Title A study of issues about accredited certification methods in Korea
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Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Chai, Seungwoan; Min, Kyoungsik; Lee, Jeonghyun

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[DaeGu, South Korea]:Science & Engineering Research Support soCiety

Date 2015
Journal Title; Vol./Issue International Journal of Security and Its Applications:vol 9(no. 3)
Pages 8
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Financial Policy
Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
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Abstract

In line with the e-Government strategy, Korea has implemented a global standard electronic signature and certification system since the Electronic Signature Act was enacted by Act No. 5792 in 1999. Over a decade Korea has been using the electronic signature and certification system in daily life. In the cyberspace where the contracting parties cannot meet face to face, electronic signatures and authentication are inevitable. On the other hand, with the explosive use of smart devices, some critics argue that the current certified electronic signature is regarded as uncomfortable system in electronic commerce. They also point out that such certified electronic signature system is not commonly used in foreign countries. Yet, so far, the accredited certificate is still the most reliable method even though the usage of accredited certificates presumably decreases in the areas that do not require security significantly. (The rest omitted)