The Trilateral Cyber Security Commission was convened and is supported by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA. Sasakawa USA is dedicated to strengthening U.S.-Japan relations through education, programs, and research. Improved cyber security is an imperative for both countries, as well as for their partners in Europe. The Commission has brought together prominent officials and leaders from government, business, and universities to make recommendations for coordinated policies and actions that will benefit the United States, Japan, and like-minded European countries.
In December 2019, the Trilateral Cyber Security Commission published its first report: National Security Strategy for 5G: Findings & Recommendations on Meeting the 5G Challenge.
On February 25, 2020, the U.S. Commissioners presented their report at the prestigious RSA Conference in San Francisco. A link to the event page is here.
Following the conference, we published a commentary on March 10th: Immediate Change to Our 5G Strategy is Needed
Our latest commentary from March 24th was published here: Follow Japan’s Lead on IoT Security
Admiral Dennis Blair (Ret.), Distinguished Senior Fellow (NonResident), Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA
The Hon. Michael Chertoff, Executive Chairman, Chertoff Group
Arthur Coviello, Jr., Venture Partner, Rally Ventures
Hiroshi Ito, CTO, FireEye Japan
Dr. Jamie Saunders, Visiting Professor, University College London
Dr. Satoru Tezuka, Professor, Keio University
Executive Director: William Roth, Non-Resident Fellow for Cybersecurity, Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA
Director for Japan: Kazuo Noguchi, Senior Researcher, Keio University
Duncan Sparrell, former Distinguished Senior Network Engineer, AT&T
Dr. Linton Wells, Executive Advisor, George Mason University C4I & Cyber Center