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[Held on February 2th!The 15th Economic Security Study Group] Japan's cutting-edge technology exposed to threats-What are the defense measures learned from past outflow cases?


The first economic security study session in 2022 will address the issue of the outflow of cutting-edge technology possessed by companies and universities.In recent years, there have been frequent cases of domestic cutting-edge technology and information leaking to foreign countries, and plagiarism technology has been diverted to military use, raising concerns that it may pose a threat to security.Under these circumstances, the Kishida Cabinet, which was established last year, has set economic security as one of the four pillars of its growth strategy, and has indicated its intention to actively work to prevent the outflow of technology. It is one of the most important issues of none.

At this study session, he has been involved in research on legislative policy and industry-academia collaboration for many years as an expert in intellectual property law, and in recent years he has been working on economic security policy from the perspective of legal development and risk countermeasures related to advanced technology management. We invite Professor Katsuya Tamai, a professor at the University of Tokyo Advanced Science Research Center, to introduce past cases of advanced technology leaks and explain the measures that companies should take to prevent leaks.


【Webinar Summary】

◆ Theme: Japan's cutting-edge technology exposed to threats-What are the defense measures learned from past outflow cases?
◆ Date: July 2022, 2 (Tuesday) 15: 15-00: 16
◆ Webinar type: Zoom Webinar
◆ Participation conditions: For companies
Participants from the same industry, individuals, and free e-mail addresses are not allowed to participate.
For details of the study sessionClick here for more information.


Professor, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, University of Tokyo
Katsuya Tamai

Graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Tokyo in 1983.In April of the same year, he was an assistant at the Faculty of Law, the University of Tokyo.After that, he became a lecturer at the Faculty of Law at Gakushuin University and an assistant professor at the same time. In October 4, he was transferred to the university and became an assistant professor at the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology), the University of Tokyo. In May 1990, he became the professor (Intellectual Property Law) at the age of 4, and continues to this day.In addition to legal research on intellectual property law, he has published numerous research papers on legislative policy, industry-academia collaboration, and technology transfer.It is a pioneer in Japan regarding trade secrets, and its research theme is the "sovereign immunity" principle in the United States. In 1995, the Institute for Advanced Science and Technology launched the "Economic Security Research Program" to study economic security policies of major countries, legislation related to advanced technology management, and risk countermeasures. 10-1997 Keio University Special Invited Professor. Registered as a lawyer in 5 (belonging to the Dai-Ichi Tokyo Bar Association). Since April 36, he has also served as a professor at the Faculty of Economics and Law, Shinshu University.

FRONTEO Inc. Director 
Mari Yamamoto

Born in April 1969 Born in Kanagawa Prefecture
After joining an advertising agency, she was enrolled in a risk management company.Launch the mental health care business, execute business plans, product development, marketing, and sales strategies, and lead to the top market share in the industry. In 2014, she became a director of the company and was listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange in 2017.
Joined FRONTEO Inc. in December 2018 and became a director in 12, managing and directing the entire AI solution business.
In the life science AI business, we will promote development in the digital health field such as diagnostic support and disease prediction using the artificial intelligence engine "Concept Encoder", and also in the drug discovery field, a drug discovery support AI system that supports speeding up the discovery of candidate compounds. To challenge new areas in life science.
In the business intelligence business, he uses the artificial intelligence engine "KIBIT" to direct the DX promotion of companies.We will also develop solutions that utilize AI in the field of economic security to support governments, government agencies, and companies.

Other affiliations
・ Keizai Doyukai
・ Japan Women Executive Association

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