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India And Japan Agree on The Need for Robust and Resilient Digital and Cyber Systems

 

India and Japan finalize a cybersecurity deal as both agreed to the need for vigorous and 'resilient digital and cyber systems'. 

Their ambitious agreement accommodates participation in 5G technology, AI and a variety of other critical regions as the two strategic partners pledged to broad base their ties including in the Indo-Pacific area. 

The foreign ministers of the two nations – S Jaishankar of India and Motegi Toshimitsu of Japan – were of the view that a free, open, and comprehensive Indo-Pacific region “must be premised on diversified and resilient supply chains."

The two ministers “welcomed the Supply Chain Resilience Initiative between India, Japan, Australia, and other like-minded countries." 

Their initiative comes with regards to nations hoping to enhance supply chains out of China subsequent to Beijing suddenly closing factories and units in the repercussions of the Coronavirus pandemic, sending economic activities into a dump. 

The move hurled the subject of dependability of supply chains situated in China with nations hoping to widen the hotspots for critical procurement. In September, the trade ministers of India, Australia, and Japan had consented upon to dispatch an initiative on supply chain resilience.


Jaishankar, in a tweet, said further expansion of India-Japan cooperation in third nations centering around development projects likewise figured in the thirteenth India-Japan foreign minister's strategic dialogue.

The two “welcomed the finalization of the text of the cybersecurity agreement. The agreement promotes cooperation in capacity building, research, and development, security and resilience in the areas of Critical Information Infrastructure, 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), among others," the statement said. 

In New Delhi, the agreement was cleared at a Cabinet meeting headed by PM Narendra Modi, as per Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar. 

The ministers concurred that the following annual bilateral summit between the leaders of India and Japan would be facilitated by the Indian government “at a mutually convenient time for the two Prime Ministers."

Samsung and SK Telecom Unveil World's First Quantum Security Tech 5G Smartphone


The two companies have recently revealed the world's first QRNG (Quantum Random Number Generator) 5G smartphone. The smartphone is named Galaxy A Quantum (a newer version of the A71 5G) and gives some excellent smartphone features, but QRNG technology makes it different from the rest, as it makes the apps and services prone to hacks. The Normal Random Generated Numbers are used in multiplatform logins like payment platforms and 2 step authentication, which is easy for hackers to infiltrate.


The QRNG technology, with the world's smallest chipset of dimensions 2.5mm by 2.5mm, on the other hand, uses CMOS image sensors and LED. The LED and CMOS sensors are responsible for emitting image noise and capturing the light, respectively, to create a random number of strings with unpredictable patterns. No technology in the industry is capable of hacking the Galaxy A Quantum, one of the most secure smartphones, says SK Telecom. However, it should be noted that the chip SKT IDQ S2Q000 is only for use with SK services. But, the tighter the challenge, the better the hackers. The Galaxy A Quantum has a 6.7-inch super AMOLED Infinity-O display, an in-display fingerprint reader, and a full HD resolution.

A 64-megapixel main camera, 12-megapixel ultrawide-angle camera, 5-megapixel macro camera, and a 5-megapixel depth sensor, together form the rear quad camera setup. The front camera comes with 32 megapixels. "This is the company's first phone with a dynamic OLED panel -- technology that Samsung's marketing department is referring to as "Infinity O AMOLED." We're looking at an HDR10+ screen that uses "dynamic tone mapping" to improve the contrast, keep details visible even in dark spots and optimize colors when you're saying, watching a movie. Unrelated to that, the screen also reduces blue light by 42 percent to minimize eye strain. That's not a special night mode, mind you, but the default experience," Engadget in its review.

It is not the first time that the two companies have worked together, in September 2019, the companies were working on first 8K TV with 5G connectivity. We hope that this won't be the last.