Dae Youp “Martin” Kang
Instructor, DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY
About Martin Kang
Dr. Martin Kang is an instructor for the Department of Business Information & Technology in the Fogelman College of Business and Economics at the University of Memphis. Prior to joining the University of Memphis, he served as a research fellow at the National University of Singapore – School of Computing. He received his Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems, Wisconsin, USA; and received his PhD from Korea University's Business School, Seoul, Korea.
His research focuses on digital innovation in digital ecosystems that transcend traditional boundaries across software industries. His research applies advanced computational statistical methods to identify and quantify the driver of digital innovation and the business value of a digital ecosystem.
Other research interest areas include information security. In his dissertation, he proposes the benchmarking methodology of information security policy (BMISP) which is the methodology for an expert system suggesting the optimum information security policy for an organization. In addition, he participates in a research project that develops a methodology for evaluating the values of cybersecurity vendor. The research employs advanced research methodologies in data analytics such as deep learning, big data and econometrics.
He has presented at academic conferences such as the Workshop on Information Security and Privacy (WISP) and International Conference on Digital Policy & Management (ICDPM).
Ph.D. in Business – MIS, Korea University Business School, 2016
B.S. in MIS – Milwaukee School of Engineering, Wisconsin, 2010
Data Analytics; System Design and Analysis; Cyber Security
Digital Innovation; Design Science; Information Security; Expert System
DY Kang and AN Hovav (2015) "Development of an Artifact for Benchmarking Information Security Policy." International Conference on Information System (ICIS) SIGSEC WISP
DY Kang and JY Kim (2015) "Business Model Innovation through Value Delivery Differentiation: Multiple Case Studies." Indian Journal of Science and Technology 8(21), pp. 1-7.
DY Kang and JY Kim (2015) "A New Type of Business Model: Network Operator." International Conference on Digital Policy & Management (ICDPM), January. (2)1, pp. 483-484.