A source code on a computer at cybersecurity firm TREND Micro in Taipei, Taiwan, which warned of the threat posed to government offices by the ransomware WannaCry in May 2017. Photo: EPA
Victoria A. Espinel
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The View by Victoria A. Espinel

Cybersecurity threats defy national borders, so countries should collaborate, not clam up

Victoria A. Espinel says the trend among countries in Asia and elsewhere to withdraw from global collaboration on cybersecurity in favour of indigenous standards opens them up to greater risk

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A source code on a computer at cybersecurity firm TREND Micro in Taipei, Taiwan, which warned of the threat posed to government offices by the ransomware WannaCry in May 2017. Photo: EPA
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