14-06-21 | India-Japan: Cybersecurity co-operation for securing a stronger future

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India-Japan Cybersecurity co-operation: Securing a stronger future


Ms Mihoko Matsubara

Chief Cybersecurity Strategist,

NTT Corporation, Japan


Mr Govindraj Ethiraj

Founder, Boom and IndiaSpend; Ananta Kamalnayan Bajaj Fellow

14 JUNE, 2021 / 11.30 AM - 12.30 PM (IST)

As the world becomes more dependent on digital technology than ever before it is also becoming increasingly vulnerable to cyber-attacks which have seen a massive surge over the last decade. Both India and Japan have been expanding their cooperation in cybersecurity and agreed to deepen their digital research and innovation partnership. Their partnership aims to build capacity, research and development, security, and resilience in the areas of Critical Information Infrastructure. In 2020, India and Japan signed a Memorandum of Cooperation to enhance cooperation in cyberspace, emerging technologies, sharing of information on cybersecurity threats and best practices to counter them. This joint cooperation can further serve as an opportunity for India and Japan to challenge the existing hegemonies in the digital spheres.

Join us for an interactive session with Ms. Mihoko Matsubara, Chief Cybersecurity Strategist, NTT Corporation, Japan with Mr Govindraj Ethiraj, Founder, Boom and IndiaSpend and Ananta Kamalnayan Bajaj Fellow as they discuss the various threats, developments and the way forward for both countries in securing cyberspace.



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