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Transcript of Fuzzy AHP
Security Strategy Irfan Syamsuddin*, Junseok Hwang **
* Department of Computer and Networking Engineering, State Polytechnic of Ujung Pandang,
Republic of Indonesia
** Technology Management Economics and Policy, College of Engineering, Seoul National University,
Republic of Korea
email@example.com 2010 Conference on Innovation and Development fsxfvsfsdf Contents: Background of Study
Objectives of Security Strategy
New Fuzzy MCDM
Application to E-Government Strategy
Conclusion Ensuring security of e-government applications and infrastructures is crucial to maintain trust among stakeholders to store, process and exchange information over the e-government systems.
Without sound secure e-government protections, it would be difficult for users to use it confidently. Background of Study OBJECTIVES OF SECURITY STRATEGY
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ASSETS PURPOSE OF STUDY To introduce A Novel Fuzzy MCDM Framework to cope with some limitations of our previous studies on E-Government Security Strategic Decision Making. Previous Studies 1. Junseok Hwang and Irfan Syamsuddin, The Application of AHP to Evaluate Information Security Policy Decision Making, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SIMULATION (ISSN 1473-8031), Vol. 10, No. 5, 2009
2. Irfan Syamsuddin and Junseok Hwang , Visualization of Strategic Information Security Decision, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ACADEMIC RESEARCH (IJAR), Volume 2. Issue 3. May 28, 2010, ISSN: 2075-4124
NEW FUZZY AHP APPROACH Based on Buckley (1985) method combined with
New Triangular Fuzzy Numbers proposed by Liu and Kong (2004).
Applied to classical AHP hierarchy for Information Security Policy
Decision Making by Hwang and Syamsuddin (2009) Conclusion This paper introduces a novel fuzzy multi criteria decision making framework for e-government security strategy to overcome limitations found on our previous studies based on classical AHP and ternary AHP.
The calculation procedure is simpler than Buckley method as it adopts new Triangular Fuzzy Numbers instead of four fuzzy of Trapezoidal Fuzzy Numbers suggested by Buckley (1985).
Besides, it also supports group decision making as featured in classical AHP method (Expert Choice)
Future work would be the development of web based fuzzy AHP or cloud based fuzzy group decision making. I. Syamsuddin and J. Hwang, 2010, A New Fuzzy MCDM Framework to Evaluate E-Government Security Strategy, IEEE AICT 2010 The 4th International Conference on Application of Information and Communication Technologies 2010 Conference on Innovation and Development Seoul, Dec. 4, 2010