According to an article reported by Kyodo News on September 27th, 2021, the Japanese government, drafting cybersecurity strategies for the next three years, names communist China as the top cyberspace threat for the first time.
The so-called “tough countermeasure” strategies include diplomatic responses and criminal prosecution, according to the report.
Being an Indo-Pacific proxy for the U.S., Japan is gradually taking the leading role in defending the expansion of communist China. Japan will be working with Australia and India, as well as the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to maintain the cybersecurity of the region.
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