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Google sets up first Asia-Pacific cybersecurity base in Tokyo : Report, ETCIO SEA | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #ransomware | #hacking | #aihp

Google has set up a cybersecurity base in Tokyo, its first in the Asia-Pacific region, the Nikkei newspaper reported on Thursday.

Computer engineers from companies throughout the region will be invited to the base to study cyber countermeasures, the newspaper reported.

According to the outlet, Google will invite engineers from India, Australia, South Korea, Japan, and other geographies across Southeast Asia to work on responses to cyberattacks.

As cyber threats increase globally, Google like many other organisations is also expand its cybersecurity footprint. Last November, Google opened its Google Safety Engineering Center (GSEC) Málaga, a new cybersecurity hub on the Spanish coast that will advance the work it does to build a better, safer Internet. GSEC Málaga will be committed to helping others bolster their cybersecurity skills and protections, in line with Google’s strong emphasis on open security principles. To that end, Google has already trained 12 million people across Europe in digital skills—and, as part of our commitment to increase the number of cybersecurity professionals across Europe.

  • Published On Mar 8, 2024 at 08:02 AM IST

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