An Analysis on Role of Stakeholders for Security System in Smart Healthcare Environment

Yanghoon Kim, Wonwho Jeong


With the occurrence of the 4th Industrial Revolution, environmental change is happening in the healthcare industry as overall flow of Industry heads to ICT-based business environment. Healthcare Industry, which has the characteristic of public goods, is requiring a reliability and continuity of healthcare industry, however, the introduction of security is being delayed due to the problem of compatibility and extendability of existing system. Accordingly, in this research, we have built a section and role for stakeholders to be concerned in order to induce, analyze and introduce a needed security technology for rapidly building a security system in a smart healthcare environment. We have suggested a possibility of extendability regarding a multi-dimensional effort of stakeholders for establishing a healthcare security system.

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