Posted BY: Bill | NwoReport
On Thursday, a bipartisan, bicameral group of lawmakers will introduce legislation designed to improve Taiwan’s cybersecurity and aid the island nation in fending off a potential Chinese invasion.
The Taiwan Cybersecurity Resiliency Act is being introduced by Senators Jacky Rosen (D-Nev.) and Mike Rounds (R-S.D.), who are both members of the Senate Armed Services Committee and its cybersecurity subcommittee.
The measure would make it possible for Taiwan’s military and the Pentagon to collaborate on cybersecurity training.
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“We must push back on the Chinese Communist Party’s growing aggression, and its attempts to undermine democracy around the world – including through hostile cyber actions. All too often, we’ve seen Taiwan used as a testing ground for China’s cyberattacks later used against the United States,” Rosen said.
“As a former computer programmer, I know that by collaborating with key democratic partners like Taiwan, we can more effectively counter cyberthreats from China at home and help defend our partners around the world,” she added.
The cybersecurity subcommittee’s top Republican, Rounds, agreed and reiterated the sentiment that Taiwan’s security in the face of Beijing’s threats “is vital to our own national security.”