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Cybersecurity in the 21st Century: Outlook for Japan & the U.S.



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Friday, March 13, 2020 -
12:00pm to 2:15pm


From Capital One’s massive data breach to the latest hack on Japan-based cryptocurrency exchange Bitpoint losing $32 million, recent headlines are increasingly featuring cyberattacks and security threats of large magnitudes. As cyber threats increase in number, scope and sophistication across the globe, it is imperative for government and companies to be proactive in building cyber resilience. What significant measures are Japan and the United States taking to boost cybersecurity? What is needed to effectively deal with the increasingly sophisticated cyber threats? In this program, cybersecurity experts discuss the cybersecurity landscape in Japan and the United States, the policies and regulations, and the approaches to tackling cybersecurity challenges. Speakers: J. Michael Daniel, President & CEO, Cyber Threat Alliance; former Special Assistant to President Obama & Cybersecurity Coordinator, National Security Council Staff Motohiro Tsuchiya, Dean, Faculty of Policy Management & Professor, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University Moderator: Harumi Urata-Thompson, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, HUT Consulting