Author: Graham Cadwell Dietz
When public figures talk about combatting cyberterrorism and protecting networked infrastructure, they may envision technical solutions with stronger firewalls, better encryption, and more stringent password requirements. But changes in culture and practices on networked devices are also very important, if perhaps more difficult, in reducing risk from security incidents.
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Author: Tsuchiya Motohiro
Categories: In-Depth with Nippon.com
This article is available through a partnership between Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA and Nippon.com. Article was originally written and published in Japanese on September 3, 2015. For original posting, click here. Money Was Not the Objective The May 2015 hack of the Japan Pension Service, in which personal information of 1.25 million enrollees was leaked,
Author: The Japan Times
Categories: Daily Japan News
Japan’s national pension system was hacked, exposing the information of 1.25 million citizens.