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Japan offers cyber security, introduces sensor for pet animals


Japan offers cyber security, introduces sensor for pet animals

Singapore/Tokyo, Feb 04 (ANI): Japan's leading IT and network technologies company, NEC Corporation, has launched a cyber security factory in Singapore as the latest addition to its global portfolio of security operation centers. The opening ceremony was recently held in Singapore.

The NEC is already working with the Singapore Government to strengthen the country's preparedness in combating the latest cyber threats. In particular, NEC and the Singapore Economic Development Board have launched the Strategic Attachment and Training Program to promote the next generation of IT cyber security experts.

In 2014, NEC established its first cyber security factory in Japan as a specialised unit dedicated to countering cyber threats and attacks, including surveillance of networks and websites, investigating malware sources and information leakage. The newly opened cyber security factory in Singapore will collaborate with NEC's Security Operations Centers located in strategic parts of the world,

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