Google launched its first Asia-Pacific cybersecurity base in Tokyo

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Google has launched its first Asia-Pacific cybersecurity headquarters in Tokyo, and computer engineers from various firms will be invited to the facility.

Google (GOOGL.O) has established a cybersecurity hub in Tokyo, its first in Asia-Pacific, according to a source on Thursday.

The publication said that computer engineers from organizations throughout the region will be invited to the base to learn cyber countermeasures.

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