Japan and eight ASEAN nations strengthen cybersecurity collaboration
The creation of a joint defense network between Japan and ASEAN to address cyber threats
Japan and eight ASEAN countries have agreed to collaborate in the area of cybersecurity to counter alleged cyberattacks and strengthen national cyber defense. The commitment was made during the conference in Tokyo.
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Japan and eight members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) agreed on Thursday to strengthen collaboration in the private sector of cybersecurity, marking the 50th anniversary of Japan-ASEAN friendship and cooperation in 2023.
International conference on ASEAN and the Cyber Security Community of Japan
The pledge was made at the International Conference on ASEAN and the Japan Cyber Security Community in Tokyo, which brought together several actors, including non-governmental organizations, amid growing concern over alleged cyberattacks perpetrated by China.
Participants and initiatives offered by the conference in Tokyo
The ASEAN countries involved are Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines and Vietnam, according to Japan's National Center of Incident Readiness and Strategy for Cybersecurity, which organized the event. The regional bloc also includes Laos and Myanmar.
Political and strategic aspects of cybersecurity collaboration
As governments around the world seek to improve national cyber defenses and reduce potential cyberattack vulnerabilities in the public and private sectors, Japan is seeking to strengthen ties with its partners to counter alleged cyberattacks supported by Beijing and China. its growing influence.Follow us on Google News for more pills like this