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 The National Police Agency's Commitment to Information Security
  

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  Cyber Force (detection network system/Cyber Force training system)
 
item Police Initiatives
 The National Police Agency has long been committed to maintaining computer and network security. Traditionally, it has done this via its High-tech Crime Prevention department. Then in 1999, a new program was put in place to help fight high-tech crime. A High-Tech Crime Technology Division was set up in the Info-Communications Bureau, and a National Police Agency Digital Forensic Center created as the technical heart of the division, and as a national center to technically lead prefectural police agencies. Additionally, each of the prefectural police agencies are assigning the personnel needed to investigate high-tech crime, and speed up coordination between prefectural police agencies.

Additionally, cyber terrorism would have a severe impact on society, and for this reason, it is vital to prevent it and keep damage from cyber terrorism from spreading. The National Police Agency is committed to creating a monitoring and emergency response readiness for cyber terrorism. Part of this readiness is the Cyber Force (a mobile technical team).
   
  What the Police Are Doing to Fight Cyber Terrorism
   
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