Minister pushes tougher cyber defense after Chinese hack strikes diplomacy

February 10, 2024
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Foreign Minister Yoko Kamikawa is urging improved cybersecurity measures following a Chinese cyber-attack that leaked Japan’s diplomatic cables. Kamikawa recognizes the need for stronger information security in order to promote information sharing and cooperation with allied countries, such as the United States. She emphasized the importance of addressing cybersecurity threats and expressed her intention to enhance capabilities in this area. Kamikawa’s remarks were made during a Budget Committee meeting in the House of Representatives.

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