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In a race against time, Japan builds up its cyber forensics

Businesses in drive to build in-house talent to deal with fraud and breaches

Japanese firms have lagged in erecting defenses against cyberattacks.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- It’s every CEO’s worst nightmare: Invisible invaders rummaging through internal documents, collecting private emails, salaries and even trade secrets.

When that sensitive information is made public or falls into the wrong hands, at best it can damage morale -- at worst it can cost a company billions of dollars or become an issue of national security. 

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