Japan labels China, Russia, N.Korea over virtual threats
(MENAFN)Japan labeled China, Russia, and North Korea for the first time as three nations accountable for online intimidation to the state.
According to Tokyo-based Kyodo News, the administration of retiring Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga published a draft cyber security plan for the upcoming three years.
Suga’s Cabinet is likely to accept the draft in the nearest time, and the latest plan is going to swap the recent one that Japan confirmed in July.
In line with the statement, mentioning the administration draft “The situation in cyberspace contains the risk of rapidly developing into a critical situation and that the three states are suspected of being involved in hostile cyber activities.”
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