This study is primarily aimed at providing a foundation for academic development and the leap forward of the Special Security Industry through the press report analysis on Korea's special security guard using big data. The research methods It was analyzed by the research methods in relation to keyword trends for 'special security guard’ and 'special guards' using the Big Kinds program. According to the analysis based on the period of growth (quantitative and qualitative) of the special security industry, there were many press reports and exposure related to carrying firearms, national major facilities, and regular employees.
Unlike the general security guards, the special security guards were released higher by media as a law was revised to allow them to carry or use firearms at important national facilities. There was a lot of media attention concerned about the side effects of misuse, and there were also high media reports on the transition of regular workers to improve poor treatment, such as the unstable status of special security guards and low wages. Therefore, the need for continuous development and improvement of professionalism and work efficiency of special security services are emphasized.