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US-Japan: Advancing cybersecurity and resiliency in the age of uncertainty

  • Emily Goldman, Ph.D.

    Strategist at the US Cyber Command

  • MIHOKO MATSUBARA

    Chief Cybersecurity Strategist at NTT Corporation in Tokyo, Japan

  • BENJAMIN BARTLETT, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Miami University

  • ANDREW J. LOHN

    Senior Fellow at the Center for Security and Emerging Technology

  • MINA TAKAZAWA

    Government Affairs Director at Microsoft Japan

  • MARK BRYAN MANANTAN

    Director of Cybersecurity and Critical Technologies at the Pacific Forum

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Table of Contents

Executive Summary Introduction and Key Findings: Mark Bryan Manantan Building Collective Cyber Defense and Resilience through Persistence: Emily Goldman, Ph.D. Japan-U.S. Cybersecurity Cooperation to Address Murky Waters in the Indo-Pacific: Mihoko Matsubara U.S. Cyber Diplomacy in Southeast Asia and the Indo-Pacific: Benjamin Bartlett, Ph.D. Artificial Intelligence’s Effect on Cyber Security and International Cooperation: Notes for a US-Japan Cyber Forum: Andrew J. Lohn Generative AI’s Impact on Cybersecurity and US-Japan Cooperation: Mina Takazawa About the Authors


About the Authors

MARK BRYAN MANANTAN – EDITOR – Director of Cybersecurity and Critical Technologies at the Pacific Forum EMILY GOLDMAN, Ph.D. – Strategist at the US Cyber Command MIHOKO MATSUBARA – Chief Cybersecurity Strategist at NTT Corporation in Tokyo, Japan BENJAMIN BARTLETT, Ph.D. – Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Miami University ANDREW J. LOHN – Senior Fellow at the Center for Security and Emerging Technology MINA TAKAZAWA – Government Affairs Director at Microsoft Japan