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    cybersecurity 結果共22筆

  • Taiwan military found using Chinese tech, raising concerns

    Discover how Taiwan’s military is addressing national security concerns after the discovery of Chinese-made tech, including Huawei routers, in its camps. Read about the actions taken by the Ministry of National Defense’s Armaments Bureau.
    2024/07/05 10:54
  • AIT marks 248th U.S. Independence anniversary in Taipei

    AIT celebrated US Independence with a grand reception; VP Hsiao and Director Oudkirk attended, ties strong. Oudkirk thanked Hsiao and praised Lai’s leadership.
    2024/07/03 12:50
  • Taiwan boosts cybersecurity, defense against CCP threats

    Explore how Taiwan is enhancing its cybersecurity and defense capabilities amid rising threats from the CCP, with a focus on the recent visit by Minister Wellington Koo to the Information, Communication and Electronic Force Command.
    2024/06/06 09:38
  • Lin Fei-fan’s appointment to NSC raises eyebrows

    New appointments to Taiwan’s National Security Council, including Lin Fei-Fan, have ignited debates and concerns over escalating tensions with China amid sensitive cross-strait relations.
    2024/05/15 17:45
  • Taiwan parties call for action against TikTok threat

    Taiwan’s political parties, including the Taiwan Statebuilding Party and the New Power Party, call for action against TikTok, citing national security concerns. They advocate for legislation akin to a Taiwan version of the TikTok Act to combat the platform’s algorithmic suppression of topics sensitive to China and protect cybersecurity.
    2024/05/10 17:55
  • Cybersecurity experts warn of airport charging hub risks

    Cybersecurity experts warn travelers about the risks of juice jacking at airports and offer tips on how to protect personal data during the summer travel season.
    2024/05/09 17:25
  • New and retained faces in Taiwan’s latest cabinet update

    Discover the latest updates on Taiwan’s new cabinet under President-elect Tsai Ing-wen and designated Premier Cho Jung-tai, including the retention of key deputy ministers across various ministries such as Finance, Economic Affairs, Culture, Environmental Protection, Labor, and the Digital Ministry, aiming to strengthen national policies and digital resilience.
    2024/05/06 17:29
  • Taiwan, Japan deepen ties with high-level delegation visit

    Discover how Taiwan and Japan are strengthening their ties through annual visits and critical discussions on cybersecurity, regional security, and mutual support. Read about Foreign Minister Joseph Wu’s dinner with Japan’s delegation.
    2024/05/01 16:24
  • Audrey Tang confident in new minister’s digital expertise

    Audrey Tang, Taiwan’s Digital Affairs Minister, confidently initiates the transition to Huang Yen-nun, an expert in cybersecurity and AI, with hopes for new legislation on electronic signatures and cybersecurity to be passed before Huang takes office.
    2024/04/24 18:07
  • Taiwan considers 4-day workweeks amid challenges

    Discover how a Taiwanese cybersecurity firm’s adoption of a four-day workweek has led to increased efficiency and improved work-life balance, setting a trend amidst global shifts towards reduced work hours.
    2024/02/29 16:47
  • U.S. House backs Taiwan military training in defense bill

    The U.S. House Armed Services Committee has agreed to include provisions in the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2024 (FY24 NDAA) to assist in the training of Taiwan’s armed forces. The bill, with a budget of USUS$876.8 billion, requires the U.S. Department of Defense to develop a comprehensive training and advisory program for Taiwan’s military. The program will only proceed with the consent of the Secretary of State and after consultations with Taiwanese officials. The legislation aims to enhance Taiwan’s multilayered defense capabilities, including asymmetric defense strategies and interoperability with U.S. forces. It also promotes cybersecurity cooperation and the protection of military networks. The NDAA mandates biannual reporting on China’s military developments in Taiwan, Southeast Asia, and the South China Sea. Additionally, a classified report will evaluate the absorption of U.S.-provided military capabilities by Taiwan’s armed forces. After approval by Congress, President Joe Biden is expected to sign the bill into law, strengthening U.S.-Taiwan defense relations.
    2023/12/08 17:19
  • NYMCU freshman breaks new ground in cybersecurity program

    Tsai Yu-chen, a freshman at National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, has made history by being the first student admitted into the prestigious Computer Science program through a special recruitment process that now includes cybersecurity. Tsai’s interest in technology began in junior high when he taught himself networking skills to set up a Minecraft server. He then used his English proficiency to manage the server online and modify Pokémon modules using Google Cloud services, allowing over 100 people to game simultaneously. Tsai’s talent and experience in cybersecurity were further developed during his vocational high school years through the Ministry of Education’s cybersecurity talent development program. As a result, he will soon intern with a leading international AI cybersecurity tech company, focusing on cloud security research. The Office of Recruitment for Specialized Technical Colleges and Universities recognizes the importance of cybersecurity in national security and actively promotes relevant courses in technical high schools. This allows students to acquire cybersecurity skills and pursue further education through specialized college entrance exams and exceptional talent selection processes.
    2023/12/07 21:33
  • VicOne: 90% of Auto cyber threats target suppliers

    The "Automotive Cybersecurity Report 2023" by VicOne reveals that over 90% of cyberattacks target companies within the automotive supply chain, resulting in a financial toll surpassing US$11 billion in the first half of the year. Hackers are increasingly focusing on less security-conscious firms, posing a significant risk to the interconnected players in the industry. VicOne CEO Max Cheng calls for the automotive industry to prioritize cybersecurity measures, allocating resources and establishing comprehensive security infrastructures for robust protection against cyber threats.
    2023/12/07 20:51
  • NSB warns against fake surveillance lists before elections

    Taiwan’s National Security Bureau (NSB) has denied the existence of online sales of illicit surveillance, which allegedly included sensitive information on political figures from both the ruling and opposition parties. Concerns have been raised as the nation approaches its upcoming elections, with officials warning of rampant disinformation on the internet. The false information, distributed anonymously on an online forum, claimed to reveal a list of monitored individuals, including legislators and high-ranking officials. The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) has stated that the true identities of those under surveillance would not be disclosed through the documents. Suspicions have been raised that the circulated documents were digitally altered, potentially as an attempt to influence the elections. National security officials have drawn parallels between this incident and previous accusations of unlawful surveillance spread on social media platforms in early 2021. They caution that the dissemination of false data may have political motives aimed at disrupting internal political stability and public order, particularly on the eve of elections. The public is urged not to be swayed by these falsehoods and to refrain from sharing misinformation.
    2023/12/07 11:06
  • AIT not taking sides in Taiwan’s 2024 election: Oudkirk

    AIT Director Sandra Oudkirk emphasized the U.S.’s neutral stance in Taiwan’s upcoming presidential election, expressing confidence in Taiwan’s democracy and addressing cybersecurity and the danger of disinformation.
    2023/12/04 20:52
  • Premier Chen emphasizes cybersecurity amid rising attacks

    Executive Yuan Premier Chen Chien-jen stresses the importance of robust cybersecurity measures and announces a new data protection committee during his visit to local banks amid increasing cyber attacks in Taiwan.
    2023/11/22 20:54
  • Data shows rise in negative perceptions of ruling DPP

    The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has seen a rise in negative perceptions due to disputes over imported eggs, according to data from the Taiwan Public Opinion Research Center (TPOC). The center analyzed online opinions from January to October and found that the DPP received more negative than positive reactions. Public dissatisfaction with the DPP is linked to disputes over imported eggs, tensions in the Taiwan Strait, fraud and cybersecurity concerns, and energy shortages. Other factors include unsafe pedestrian traffic, residential justice issues, subsidies for private schools, unclear labeling of American pork, and disputes over flu vaccination. Despite the diminishing lead, DPP presidential candidate Lai Ching-te remains ahead with over 60 days until the 2024 general election. All political parties must intensify their efforts to win public support as the election approaches.
    2023/11/13 11:37
  • President Tsai affirms Taiwan-Belgium friendship

    During a meeting with a Belgian parliamentary delegation, President Tsai Ing-wen emphasized the shared values of freedom and democracy between Taiwan and Belgium. She expressed the desire to establish institutionalized cooperation in areas such as cybersecurity. The delegation, led by Els Van Hoof, Chairwoman of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee, was welcomed by Secretary-General to the President Lin Chia-lung.
    2023/10/18 15:25
  • YouBike to compensate breach victims with NT$500 vouchers

    YouBike announces NT$500 voucher compensation for over 40,000 victims of May’s security breaches. Vouchers valid until Dec. 31, 2024, with enhanced cybersecurity measures in place. Stay secure with YouBike.
    2023/09/22 21:23
  • Gou’s signature drive postponed amid data security concerns

    Terry Gou’s independent presidential campaign faces a delay as cybersecurity concerns prompt the postponement of the signature drive. Supporters await further developments in the signature collection process, which is crucial for his 2024 presidential candidacy.
    2023/09/20 19:40
  • Estonian legislator confident in future Baltic-Taiwan ties

    Estonian legislator Marko Mihkelson highlights Baltic lawmakers’ visit to Taiwan, aiming to enhance cooperation amidst global security concerns. Discussions include digital development, cybersecurity collaboration, and economic partnerships. TSMC’s global expansion also spurs optimism. Learn more about this significant diplomatic effort.
    2023/08/11 17:56
  • 鴻海MIH平台開發電動車 魏國章:如iPhone簡易

    2021/03/05 11:14
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