1. Security-related laws and regulations are included in the result database. There are 13 areas: military, counterintelligence, public order, economy, food, materials, information, cyber, terrorism, environment (disaster), health, joint cooperation, and general. 2. Data can be searched by directly entering a keyword, and can be searched by dividing it into four fields: data type, subject, region, and country. ① The primary classification is structured so that types and subjects could be searched. - Data types are subdivided into precedents, statutes, books, papers, articles, and others. - Subjects are subdivided into 13 themes: general, military, counterintelligence, intelligence, public order, environment, health, joint cooperation, cyber, economy, food, supplies, and terrorism. ② The secondary classification was configured to be searchable by classifying from region to country. - Regions are classified into Western Europe, Middle East Europe, Southern Europe, Northern Europe, East Asia, Southwest Asia, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, North America, Central America, South America, North Africa, Central and South Africa, and Oceania. - Countries are classified into countries belonging to each region. 3. In the browsing search, data is classified into four categories: type, subject, region, and country. 4. The final search result window contains an outline of the relevant legal data and attached files (excluding data set as private by the original data holding institution).

Expect Effect / Research Utilization

A. Expectation A database build would be used as basic data for academic research in academia. Furthermore, it could be used for legislative improvement and follow-up research. 1. Expansion of the Concept of Security The meaning of security is the traditional military domain. This research extends to areas such as economy, environment, and cybersecurity. It also reflects the change from the conventional bilateral security perspective to multilateral security or joint cooperation security. 1. Improvement of Security Legislation Improve the Korean security legislation by referring to foreign security laws and regulations. Propose an appropriate solution to the problems of the current security legislation. In particular, it can contribute to the improvement of the 「 Infectious Disease Control And Prevention Act」, 「Enforcement Decree Of The Personal Information Protection Act」, and 「Foreign Trade Act」. 1. Follow-up Research The results of this study can facilitate subsequent research on foreign laws, systems, theories, and cases related to security. First, it is to promote research that analyzes and supplements the current status of Korean public safety and national security. Second, it is to bridge the gap between securing national security and infringing on people's rights, and to promote research on each country's concerns and solutions to problems related to the introduction and operation of specific systems. B. Utilization Plan 1. Publication and Dissemination of Security Laws and Regulations The research contents will be published and disseminated in the form of a collection of laws so that the research contents can be used by relevant ministries such as the National Intelligence Service and the Ministry of Science and ICT. 2. Provision of Database Service through the Internet The service will be provided so that the general public can refer to the research contents. 3. Intensifying Continuous Research Seminars shall be held regularly by the Public Safety Policy Center. Intensify legal research by security sector and seek ways to improve legal systems.

Project Name : Basic Research Support for Foundational Human/Social Science Researches
Research Title : A Database Build of Foreign Security-Related Laws and Regulations and Publication of Comparative Law Books [ KRM Task Information ]
Chief of Research : Jung, Ho Kyoung
Research Period : 5 Years 2 Month (SEPTEMBER 01, 2017 - OCTOBER 31, 2022)