• Kyodo


The Self-Defense Forces launched a newly reorganized cyberdefense unit on Thursday to enhance the country’s response to attacks in cyberspace, a security domain that has played an increasingly important role in global conflicts.

The group, composed of around 540 personnel, is tasked with developing human resources, supporting practical training and managing information and communication networks.

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