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Cross-border cooperation vital for Asia's cyber defense

Restrictions on data flows can undermine resilience

| East Asia
Cyberattacks targeting critical infrastructure, including health care, energy and transportation, could result in widespread disruptions to economic activity and social stability.   © Reuters

Michaela Browning is vice president for government affairs and public policy for the Asia-Pacific at Google.

When global security leaders meet this week in Singapore for the Shangri-La Dialogue, they will be gathering in the region home to the world's largest group of internet users and to extraordinary digital capability and dynamism. At the same time, the region is the target of more cyberattacks than any other.

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