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Cybersecurity strategies compared between Taiwan and Japan

Strengthening digital defenses in the information age

Taiwan and Japan strengthen cybersecurity against attacks and disinformation, Taiwan educates about digital, Japan uses AI in defenses.

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In a highly digitalized age, the national security of Taiwan and Japan reflects the urgent need for cutting-edge cybersecurity measures. As Taiwan steps up its efforts against cyberattacks and disinformation, especially ahead of the 2024 presidential election, Japan is revolutionizing its National Security Strategy (NSS) with a renewed emphasis on technology, such as the integration of artificial intelligence to strengthen your defenses.

Taiwan's response to cyberattacks

Taiwan faces unique challenges due to its sensitive geopolitical location, countering “US Skepticism” campaigns and strengthening public education on digital literacy. The government supports initiatives such as the workshops of the Taiwan Pàng-phuānn association to raise awareness on discerning reliable information, thus strengthening the democratic fabric of the country.

Japan's digital security efforts

Japan, also responding to serious violations such as the attack on the National Center of Incident Readiness and Strategy for Cybersecurity (NISC), plans to expand the cyber units of the Self-Defense Forces and create new government bodies to fight against disinformation and intelligence gathering via AI, signaling a more technologically aggressive strategy.

The prospects for Taiwan and Japan

Both countries implement advanced strategies, with Taiwan combining technology and public awareness, while Japan focuses more on technological defenses. The success of such policies will depend on the ability to anticipate and adapt to future threats, offering valuable models for global cybersecurity.

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11/27/2023 09:18

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