About Us

Globalization has changed the world's economic landscape. Increased flows of goods, capital and services in global markets reshape the infrastructure of industries and result in closer integration of countries around the world. To increase the nation's competitiveness, many developed-countries have invested in the development of a National Information Infrastructure (NII). A nation-wide interconnected network of communications would provide private sector access to its country's public information, computing recourses, and interactive services in a technological neutral manner. Benefits of a well-implemented NII include promoting information transparency and fair access, widening public participation in socio-economic developments, reducing the cost of government services, and accelerating efficiency and innovation in industrial developments.

In 1996, Dr. Han-Min Hsia, advisor to the President of the Republic of China (Taiwan) and ex-minister without portfolio in charge of technology policy, established National Information Infrastructure Enterprise Promotion Association (hereinafter NIIEPA). NIIEPA is the first non-profit organization that promotes a national information infrastructure in Taiwan and has introduced many cutting-edge technology developments and applications into Taiwan. It has successfully served as a trendsetter as well as a bridge between the industry and government in Taiwan's ICT developments. Today NIIEPA continues to play a crucial role in facilitating public interest with the government in domestic ICT policy making. Internationally, NIIEPA also actively participates in global/regional ICT and Internet Governance research, and takes part in global organizations such as IGF, ICANN, and WSIS to shape the future of the internet.

In 2005, NIIEPA began to provide IT Governance Advisory services as an integral part of its core missions. The services provided are ISMS, PIMS, ITSM and cloud security certification consultation and training. NIIEPA has over 20 consultants with an average of 10 years' experience in IT management and governance. In nearly a decade, NIIEPA has serviced more than a hundred clients in the government organizations, academic institutions, and industrial corporations.


The two core missions of NIIEPA are:

  1. Promote the right to access open technology and information on the internet through privacy and data protection.
  2. Develop policy to resolve the internet governance issues such as sovereignty, IPR, and freedom of speech.
  • Internet governance policy research
  • IT Governance Advisory Services:
    - ISMS (ISO 27001)
    - PIMS (BS 10012)
    - ITSM (ISO 20000)
    - Cloud Security (CSA, CloudeAssurance, and Euro Cloud)
  • Information security and data protection awareness training.
  • National standards research and promotion.

NIIEPA Organizational Structure

NIIEPA Organizational Structure
NIIEPA Founder- Han-Min Hsia, Ph.D.

Han-Min Hsia, Ph.D.

- Distinguished Visiting Hoover Fellow in Hoover Institution, Stanford University.
- Minister of State, and concurrently Convener, Science & Technology Advisory Group (STAG), and NIIEPA Steering Committee for the Cabinet.
- Chairman, National Science Council.
- President, National Cheng Kung University.
- Vice Minister, Ministry of Education.

NIIEPA Board of Directors

Board of Directors
Jung-Kuei Ho - Professor, Graduate Institute of Information and Computer  Education, National Taiwan Normal University. 

Han-Ming Li  - Advisory Committee, National Security Council (R.O.C.). 

Chuan-Chang Tu - Director General, Taipei Computer Association (TCA).

Kuo-Wei Wu - Director General,TWIGF.

Yi-Nan Wu - CEO,Acer Cyber Security Inc.

Ruey-Beei Wu - Professor, Department of of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University.

Cheng-Chian Lin - Associate researcher,Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica.

Chung-Ju Chang - Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University. 

Li-Ming Tseng -Professor, Department of of Electrical Engineering,National Central University. 

Siou-Zong Liang - CEO,Stark Technology Inc. 

Jui-Lung Liu - CEO, SYSCOM Computer Engineering Company.

Che-Ho Wei - Professor of Electronic Engineering, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University. 

Hsu-Pien Hsieh - Chair Professor, Department of Computer Science, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University.

Char-dir Chung - Professor, Department of of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University.

Managing Supervisor
King-Yuh Chang - Professor, Department of Diplomacy, National Chengchi University.

JGeng-Ying Tseng - Lawyer, Lee and Li, Attorneys-at-Law. 

Jen-Te Chien - Board of Director, Dafeng Media Group. 

NIIEPA Chairman of the Board of Directors - Sheng-Syong Huang, Ph. D. Chairman of the Board
Sheng-Syong Huang, Ph.D.

- Director,APNIC.
- Author,IETF RFC3743.
- Co-Chairman of the Root Zone Chinese Logo Generation Committee,ICANN.
- ccPDP4Chairman of Multilingual Country Code Policy Working Group,ICANN.
- Senior Consultant, Science and Technology Conference Report, Science and Technology Policy Consulting Expert Room(Executive Yuan).
- Committee member,Digital National Innovation Economy Private Advisory Committee (Executive Yuan).
- Committee member,Pass safety audit (Executive Yuan).
- Committee member,Computer Crime Prevention Center of High Procuratorate..
-Committee member,ICDF.
-Committee member, General Communication Committee Telecommunications Universal Service Fund Management Committee.
-Committee member, Financial Technology Innovation Experiment Review Meeting
NIIEPA CEO- Mr. Jun-Kai WANG Acting Chief Executive Officer
William Wang, MBA

-Technical Director, TUV Asia Pacific Ltd.
-Security Consultant Senior Manager, KPMG
-Security Consultant Manager, Deloitte & Touche (Arthur Andersen)
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