Japan will set up its own pavilion at Interpol World 2017 in Singapore next month to show off home-grown cybersecurity technologies with government aid, promoters say.

The display from July 5 to 7 will showcase information security products and services from 10 Japanese firms to demonstrate Japan's own technologies as global threats against digital and online security proliferate.

It is the first time that a Japanese pavilion led by the private sector will be set up at a major exhibition, according to the Japan Network Security Association, a nonprofit organization tasked with overseeing the companies' exhibits.