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Japan names China, Russia and North Korea as cyberspace threats

'Tough countermeasures' planned as Tokyo drafts 3-year defensive strategy

Chief Cabinet Secretary Katsunobu Kato, left, attends a meeting on cybersecurity strategy at the prime minister's office in Tokyo on Sept. 27.   © Kyodo

TOKYO (Kyodo) -- The Japanese government adopted on Monday a draft cybersecurity strategy for the next three years, naming China, Russia and North Korea as cyberattack threats for the first time.

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