APAC Cybersecurity Fund, Supported by Google.org, to Bolster Cyber Capabilities of Up to 2,500 MSMEs in Japan

Program Year: 2024

The APAC Cybersecurity Fund aims to build an inclusive and safe digital ecosystem for all by connecting small businesses and vulnerable groups to local training opportunities and resources to improve cybersecurity resilience. The Asia Foundation works to protect local communities and students from online threats by providing upskilling tools and cyber clinics. The initiative will be implemented in 13 countries, including Bangladesh, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam. Learn more about the initiative

In Japan, the program seeks to provide cyber security training to up to 2,500 MSMEs, covering 5000 individuals, in collaboration with the Japan Cybercrime Control Center (JC3). Learn more about JC3.

Google.org, Google’s philanthropy, brings the best of Google to help solve some of humanity’s biggest challenges, combining funding, product donations, and technical expertise to support underserved communities and provide opportunity for everyone. We engage nonprofits, social enterprises, and civic entities who make a significant impact on the communities they serve and whose work has the potential to produce scalable, meaningful change.

Related locations: Japan
Related programs: Technology & Development
Related topics: The Future of Work

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