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The Administration on Monday unveiled a draft strategy to bolster the nation’s defense against potential cyberattacks, with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe noting that beefed-up cybersecurity is “indispensable” for the country’s growth.

Speaking at a meeting of the nation’s cybersecurity headquarters at the prime minister’s office, Abe also expressed hope that Japanese companies will take further steps against cyberattacks, portraying such moves as an investment rather than a cost.

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