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Japan gives Cybersecurity boost to Kazakhstan

Japan gives Cybersecurity boost to Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan, Central Asia’s largest country, is partnering with Japan to support an initiative run by its government called the “Concept of Cyber Security” or “Kazakhstan Cyber Shield”. Japan-based Trend Micro, multinational Cybersecurity and Defense Company, and Kazakhstani T&T Security Company have made an agreement on scientific and technological cooperation.

The agreement will help Kazakhstan’s Security services reach new heights. This will in turn help in the prevention of cyberattacks that go undetected while using traditional antiviruses and other security features. In the previous year alone, as much as 2.5 billion cyberattacks were identified in Kazakhstan’s government agencies and private organizations. The agreement will bring new opportunities for the export of Kazakhstani IT products. Out of all the institutions in Kazakhstan, the government has identified 336 institutions to be the most significant that is to be protected from potential threats. Government agencies, banks, and industrial enterprises are a few among the list of 336 institutions and the government is planning to expand the list. In the Global Cyber-security Index, Kazakhstan currently ranks 40 out of 175 countries.

Automated security solutions for customers of VMware, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and Amazon AWS are provided by Trend Micro’s virtualization security and cloud products. Trend Micro, established in 1988, helps servers, containers, and cloud computing environments, networks, and endpoints by developing enterprise security software.


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