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U.S. cyber czar encourages allies to attribute hacks to states

Taiwan's critical industries would be covered by cyberspace rules, says Neuberger

 Anne Neuberger, U.S. deputy national security adviser for cyber and emerging technology, speaks in a media roundtable in Tokyo on Nov. 17.

TOKYO -- The Biden administration's top cybersecurity official arrived in Tokyo on Wednesday to begin "practical efforts" with Japanese counterparts on setting rules and standards for cyberspace.

Improving technical standards, bolstering software and infrastructure security, and building capacity and a workforce across the Asia-Pacific region will be on the agenda for talks this week, Anne Neuberger, deputy national security adviser for cyberspace and emerging technology, said in a media roundtable on Wednesday.

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