MAY 21, 2018 | JAPAN
Network Separation Policy by Central and Local Governments in Japan is a Globally Unique Case
Nikkei Government Technology, May 22, 2018
From Victoria Espinel: “The concern we have in Japan is this promotion of disconnecting government systems from the Internet, or “network separation,” as a policy for improving security. Anyone who puts a policy like this into practice will only lose out on the efficiency benefits offered by cloud computing.” (Translated)
Original Posting: http://tech.nikkeibp.co.jp/it/atcl/column/14/239942/050200013/
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