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.
Tags: admiral dennis blair, bud roth, cyber, cyber threats, cybersecurity, Dennis Blair, education, industry, Japan, keio university, policy, security, Technology, us-japan cooperation, william bud roth, workforce
Author: Umair Irfan
The Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ) family of aircraft, with between 70 and 100 seats, promises the highest fuel efficiency and the lowest pollution compared with its competitors in the booming regional jet market. The first few aircraft are currently undergoing testing in the United States.
Author: Tsuchiya Hideo
Categories: In-Depth with Nippon.com
What was once called Japan’s lost decade has now persisted for much longer than 10 years. Despite hopes that the policies of Abenomics would generate a virtuous circle of recovery, turmoil overtook the world economy before they could do so. The yen appreciated, stock prices fell, and it does not seem likely that the negative interest rate of the Bank of Japan will resuscitate the economy.
Tags: Abenomics, Bank of Japan, black monday, BOJ, currency, deflation, dollar, domestic, Economy, exchange, exchange rate, exports, fiscal policy, industry, inflation, interest rates, Japan, lending, moetary policy, money, nippon.com, public works spending, Shinzo Abe, stock, stock prices, strong yen, yen