Deputizing private sector cybersecurity firms to fight cyber crime

Author: William “Bud” Roth

Categories: Cyber beat, Sasakawa USA Blog

In 2015, U.S. businesses suffered an estimated 150 successful hacks per week, with an average cleanup cost of $6.5m, writes Sasakawa USA’s William “Bud” Roth, who proposes the government can compensate for the lack of capacity by deputizing members of the private sector.

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Chairman’s Message: Continued cooperation between U.S. and Japan needed to strengthen cybersecurity

Author: Admiral Dennis Blair

Categories: Chairman's Message

The information technology revolution continues to transform the way people in the U.S. and Japan live their lives, the way businesses operate in both countries, and the way both countries protect their national security. The convenience, precision, and usefulness of information are dramatically improving as more personal, corporate, and government information and processes move to

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Japan gets serious about cybersecurity as Olympics approach

Author: The Journal

Categories: In the News

Japan’s new strategy to combat cybercrime will take time to become effective but is vital to containing and reducing cyber threats, Sasakawa USA’s Admiral Dennis C. Blair said in an article by Richard Smart for The Journal and featured in Japan Today.

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