Ninth International Cybersecurity Symposium

Sasakawa USA and Keio University’s Cybersecurity Center co-hosted a symposium on cybersecurity December 11-12 at Keio University, Mita Campus, in Tokyo. “Cybersecurity: Trusted Digital Society for Multilateral Economy” explored the “multilateral” aspects of Trust Services, and cybersecurity dynamics among the United States, UK, European Union, Australia, Israel, and Japan.

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5G Security and National Strategy Coordination

On June 10, 2019, Sasakawa USA hosted William “Bud” Roth, Non-Resident Fellow for Cybersecurity at Sasakawa USA, for a policy lunch series event on “5G Security and National Strategy Coordination.” Christopher Rodeman, Research Fellow and Director of JUMP at Sasakawa USA, moderated the on-the-record discussion.

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Lunch Discussion with Dani Charles on Japan and Israel’s Strategic Relationship

On April 30, 2019, Sasakawa USA hosted Dani Charles, Co-Founder & CEO, Charles Bernard Ventures, for a private luncheon to present on his soon-to-be published paper on the strategic relationship between Japan and Israel as it relates to cyber, technology, and innovation, and how the United States might facilitate this Japan-Israel exchange.

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Sasakawa USA and HyperQube sponsored a cybersecurity capture-the-flag contest

Author: Bud Roth

Categories: Cyber beat, Sasakawa USA Blog

On November 29, Bud Roth, Non-Resident Fellow for Cybersecurity at Sasakawa USA, and Craig Stevenson, CEO of HyperQube, announced the winners of the Capture-the-Flag contest sponsored by Sasakawa USA for students of schools affiliated with Keio University’s International Cyber Security Center of Excellence. On stage at INCS-CoE’s Seventh Biannual Cyber Security Conference, Roth and Stevenson ran through the competition and how its participants fared.

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For Japan, a Winning Formula is Cyber Defense and Innovation Offense

Author: Krista Auchenbach and Daniel Kliman

Categories: Sasakawa USA Forum

Sasakawa USA Forum Issue No. 16

The great and increasing importance of the cyber domain in strategic competition makes a pressing need for Japan to advance its cyber-security and technology entrepreneurship development. Japan lags behind other major economies in this regard due to particular characteristics of its business environment and a lack of ways to develop talent for key cyber jobs.  However, Japan is in a unique position to leverage its existing public-private ties, already tech-savvy population, and the upcoming Tokyo Olympics to develop its cyber and entrepreneurial capacities.

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