Boeing to offer cybersecurity to Japan

Thursday - 9/23/2010, 9:30am EDT

It isn't just the U.S. working toward cybersecurity preparedness. Japan is concerned about cyber attacks, too. Now, Boeing says it is ready to offer its services to Japan's Defense Ministry. The Mainichi News in Tokyo reports that Boeing Japan President Mike Denton has offered cyber security services to Japan after Boeing acquired two U.S. cybersecurity companies. No contracts have been signed yet, but Denton tells the paper that he is hopeful they'll be able to reach a deal.

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