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Japan to require cyber defenses at infrastructure companies

New rules will apply to businesses in 14 fields, including telecom and power

Cyberattacks are becoming more sophisticated. (Photo by Akira Kodaka)

TOKYO -- Japan looks to require that companies in key infrastructure sectors such as finance, telecom and transport have plans for coping with cyberattacks, in response to a rise in such incidents globally.

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