Japanese police to promote ties with ethical hackers
The National Police Agency said Thursday it will promote communications with ethical hackers as part of efforts to better combat cybercrime and cyber-attacks.
The agency hopes the move will enable it to collect more information on such crimes, including the use of viruses to remotely control computers. This is the agency's first organized effort to promote relations with ethical hackers, although some investigators have formed such relationships on their own.
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