Taiwan’s Ministry of Digital Affairs has been integrating the InterPlanetary File System into its website to ensure information remains accessible even if attacked, a move that comes after an increase in cyberattacks following US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to the island last week. Photo: TNS
Taiwan’s Ministry of Digital Affairs has been integrating the InterPlanetary File System into its website to ensure information remains accessible even if attacked, a move that comes after an increase in cyberattacks following US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to the island last week. Photo: TNS
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Taiwan’s Digital Affairs ministry turns to Web3 to guard against mainland China cyberattacks following Pelosi’s visit

  • Taiwan’s Ministry of Digital Affairs’ new website is integrating Web3 components to ensure access amid cyberattacks from mainland China
  • Digital Minister Audrey Tang told state-run media that Taiwan is ‘late’ to Web3, but the new website has not been hacked since launching a week ago

Taiwan’s Ministry of Digital Affairs has been integrating the InterPlanetary File System into its website to ensure information remains accessible even if attacked, a move that comes after an increase in cyberattacks following US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to the island last week. Photo: TNS
Taiwan’s Ministry of Digital Affairs has been integrating the InterPlanetary File System into its website to ensure information remains accessible even if attacked, a move that comes after an increase in cyberattacks following US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to the island last week. Photo: TNS
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