Date: March 2-3, 2017
This two-day conference jointly hosted by Keio University and Sasakawa USA in Tokyo explored the human talent component of Cybersecurity, focusing on education, training, and use cases while discussing exciting innovative technology and policy.
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Date: November 21, 2016
Sasakawa USA hosted a private, off-the-record discussion featuring Dr. Linton Wells II, Managing partner of Wells Analytics, and Mr. Riley Repko, Managing Director of CISCO’s Defense and Security Solutions, to examine ways to improve cyber security cooperation between the governments of the United States and Japan.
Date: May 17, 2016
The U.S. Commercial Service held a cybersecurity conference in Tokyo, sponsored by Sasakawa USA and Keio University, to assemble Japanese and American leaders from industry, government, and academia to discuss challenges in cybersecurity in the coming years, as well as solutions to those challenges.
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Sasakawa USA’s William “Bud” Roth recently participated as an expert panelist in the 2016 Asia Forum’s Cyber Security and Privacy series hosted by the Cyber Law Centre at Korea University in Seoul. Roth, Sasakawa USA’s non-resident fellow for cybersecurity, joined government officials, academic experts, and business leaders from Japan and Korea at the conference, in addition to international speakers from Hong Kong and Singapore. The theme of the conference was “security and privacy for cloud computing in the Digital Age.”
Author: The Journal
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Before delivering a keynote address at a cybersecurity conference at Keio University in May, Sasakawa USA’s Admiral Dennis Blair said his goals were two-fold: “to strengthen U.S.–Japan bilateral ties by finding issues of common interest and working together to solve them, and to make tangible contributions towards the actual resolution of same.” Blair’s comments were