JP2006338451A - Integrated security level decision system for each zone, entry/exit permission system, and decision method - Google Patents

Integrated security level decision system for each zone, entry/exit permission system, and decision method Download PDF

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JP2006338451A
JP2006338451A JP2005163676A JP2005163676A JP2006338451A JP 2006338451 A JP2006338451 A JP 2006338451A JP 2005163676 A JP2005163676 A JP 2005163676A JP 2005163676 A JP2005163676 A JP 2005163676A JP 2006338451 A JP2006338451 A JP 2006338451A
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Kenji Kato
Tsutomu Miyairi
Tatsuo Sakamoto
賢治 加藤
龍生 坂本
勉 宮入
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an integrated security level decision system using a quantitative concept of zone analysis for each zone, an entry/exit permission system, and a decision method as a security policy decision method for preventing the lack or excess of security. <P>SOLUTION: An area within a predetermined range is divided into zones, and for each of the divided areas, a security level is decided in this integrated security level decision system. This system is constructed of sensors 11-15 which are installed in the divided areas 31-35 for detecting the existence of a human in the divided areas and attributes of an existing human, and a security level decision server 2 receiving detection information from the sensors 11-15 for deciding the security level for each of the divided areas. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2007,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention relates to an integrated security level determination system, an entrance / exit permission system, and a determination method for each zone, and in particular, a certain range of areas is divided into zones (for example, for each room), and a security level is determined for each divided area. The present invention relates to a system that makes it easy to identify the necessary parts and means.

  There is a growing awareness that “Japan is no longer a safe country” such as intrusions into hospitals, schools and offices, and information leaks leading to misuse of information. Accordingly, the security market is expanding.

  It is not possible to implement security measures of an appropriate scale, such as a security deficiency due to an underestimation of the probability of an incident causing an actual incident or an extra security cost due to excessive awareness of the impact of the incident. Have difficulty.

  The present invention solves the conventional problems. As a security policy determination method for preventing deficiency / excessive security, an integrated security level determination system for each zone using a quantitative concept of zone analysis is introduced. An exit permission system and a determination method are provided.

  The present invention is an integrated security level determination system for each zone that divides a certain area into zones and sets security levels for each divided area, and is installed in the divided areas, and the presence of humans in the divided areas and This is an integrated security level determination system for each zone, which includes a sensor that detects an existing human attribute and a security level determination server that receives detection information from the sensor and determines a security level for each divided area.

  The security level determination server according to the present invention is an integrated security level determination system for each zone in which a definition formula for determining a security level and a parameter are determined.

  The present invention uses the above-described integrated security level determination system for each zone and permits entry / exit of divided areas, wherein the security level determination server changes the security level based on the content detected by the sensor. This is an entrance / exit permission system that changes the entrance / exit policy.

  Furthermore, the present invention is a method for determining an integrated security level for each zone that divides a certain area into zones and determines a security level for each divided area, and the sensor is installed in the divided areas. Integration for each zone including a procedure for detecting the presence of humans in the area and attributes of existing humans, and a procedure for receiving detection information from the sensor and determining a security level for each zone at the security level determination server This is a security level determination method.

  According to the present invention, it is possible to obtain a system using a quantitative concept of zone analysis as a security policy determination method for preventing deficiency / excessive security.

The best mode for carrying out the present invention will be described.
Embodiments of an integrated security level determination system for each zone, an entrance / exit permission system, and a determination method according to the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.

  Examples will be described. The integrated security level determination system for each zone according to the present embodiment is an example applied to a hospital, and includes sensors 11 to 15 and a security level determination server 2 as shown in FIG. The sensors 11 to 15 are installed in zones obtained by dividing a certain range of areas, for example, corridors and waiting rooms 31, examination rooms and hospital rooms 32, office rooms 33, medical history rooms and nurse stations 34, and server rooms 35. The presence of the person, the number of persons, and human attributes (for example, doctor, engineer, nurse, patient, visitor, etc.) existing in the zone are detected, and the detection result is transmitted to the security level determination server 2. Regarding the human attribute, the corresponding person owns the ID card, and the sensors 11 to 15 can detect the ID card by reading the ID card. The security level determination server 2 determines the security level of each zone based on the detection items received from the sensors 11 to 15 such as the presence of humans in each zone, the number of people, and the attributes of the humans present in the zone. For example, the corridor or waiting room 31 is Lv (level) 1, the examination room or hospital room 32 is Lv2, the office 33 is Lv3, the history room or nurse station 34 is Lv4, and the server room 35 is Lv5. The higher the Lv number, the higher the security level.

  An example of the security level determination procedure in the integrated security level determination system for each zone according to this embodiment will be described with reference to FIG. First, (1) As a Where element, the security target area is determined. (2) Decide what should be protected as What element. For example, in a waiting room, it is an article owned by a visitor, in a hospital room, it is an article of a patient, and in a medical history room, it is a medical chart or film. (3) As a When element, evaluate the time zone to be noted. For example, it is business hours in waiting rooms and all day in hospital rooms and medical history rooms. (4) Evaluate why the Why element should be protected against the crime. For example, it is sudden in waiting rooms and hospital rooms and intentional in medical history rooms. (5) As a Who element, evaluate who commits the crime. For example, the waiting room is a suspicious person, the hospital room is a visitor, and the medical history room is an engineer or doctor. (6) Evaluate how to commit a crime as a How element. For example, it is a deposit in a waiting room, a theft in a hospital room, and a take-out in a medical history room.

(7) Next, the definition formula and parameters are determined based on the evaluated items. The example of the definition formula is calculated by adding the What element, When element, Why element, Who element, and How element evaluated in (2) to (6). When calculating, coefficients α to ε that are 1 when using an element and 0 when not using an element are used. (8) Determine the security level for each area. For example, when parameters What element, When element, and Who element are used in a hospital, α, β, δ = 1, γ, ε = 0, and O 31 (medical chart) = 5, O 32 (film) for a medical history room = 5, T 31 (all day) = 4, P 31 (engineer) = 3, and P 32 (doctor) = 4 are substituted, the standard security level is 21. When calculated in the same manner, the standard security level of the waiting room = 5, the standard security level of the hospital room = 8, and the like are obtained. In order to reduce the granularity of the security level, a certain range of levels may be aggregated. For example, levels 1 to 10 are set to the new level 1, levels 11 to 20 are set to the new level 2,. (9) Finally, implement a security policy and introduce an appropriate security policy for each level.

  According to the integrated security level determination system for each zone of the present embodiment, the sensor can detect the presence of humans in the area, the attributes of existing humans, and the like, and change the security level based on the detected contents.

  In addition, when using the integrated security level determination system for each zone of this embodiment and permitting the entrance / exit of the divided areas, the entrance / exit permission system is configured to change the entrance / exit policy based on the changed security level. Is also possible and can be dynamic security.

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  1. An integrated security level determination system for each zone that divides a certain area into zones and sets security levels for each divided area.
    A sensor that is installed in the divided area and detects the presence of humans in the divided area and the attributes of existing humans, and a security level determination server that receives detection information from the sensors and determines a security level for each divided area. An integrated security level determination system for each zone, characterized by comprising:
  2. The integrated security level determination system for each zone according to claim 1,
    An integrated security level determination system for each zone, wherein the security level determination server determines a definition formula and parameters for determining a security level.
  3. In the system for permitting entrance / exit of divided areas using the integrated security level determination system for each zone according to claim 1 or 2,
    The security level determination server changes the security level based on the content detected by the sensor, and changes the entrance / exit policy.
  4. A method of determining an integrated security level for each zone by dividing a certain range of areas into zones and determining a security level for each divided area.
    The sensor installed in the divided area detects the human presence in the divided area and the attributes of the existing human, and the security level determination server receives the detection information from the sensor, and the security for each zone. And an integrated security level determination method for each zone.
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